Releases in the CouchDB Universe
- cloudant-nano 6.5.0 – Minimalistic CouchDB driver for Node.js
- couch-provider 1.2.1 – Provide methods to interface with CouchDB and your server application.
- couchex 0.8.1 (Erlang) – CouchDB client, wrapping Couchbeam Erlang client.
- nomiepy 0.1.1 (Python) – A straightforward utility for retreiving Nomie data via CouchDB
- poms 2.2.1 (Ruby) – Interface to POMS CouchDB API
- spicy-action 9.2.0 – Web proxy for CouchDB and others, plus Socket.IO relay
- gtfs-to-pouch 1.4.1 – Tools to work with GTFS schedules using PouchDB databases.
- pouchdb-react-native 6.2.4 – PouchDB Bundle for ReactNative
- pouchdb-react-native-last-seq-fix 6.2.5 – PouchDB Bundle for ReactNative
- pouch-redux-middleware 1.2.0 – Redux Middleware for syncing state and a PouchDB database.
- pouchdb-repository 0.5.0 – TypeScript repository for PouchDB. This library includes type definitions for PouchDB including strong type repository class.
Opinions and other News in the CouchDB Universe
- [SLIDEDECK] CouchDB : NoSQL for Scalable Applications, Lorna Mitchell
- [VIDEO] Apache CouchDB: A Tale of Community, Cooperation and Code, Adam Kocoloski
- [POST] Offline and radioactively clean, G. Adam Cox
- [POST] Introduction to CouchDB with .NET part 4: continuing with the CouchDB HTTP API, Andras Nemes
… and in the PouchDB Universe
- [POST] Announcing HospitalRun 1.0.0 Beta, Joel Worrall
- [SLIDEDECK] 4 Way Data Binding For An Offline Mobile Experience, Sani Yusuf
CouchDB Use Cases, Questions and Answers
no public answer yet:
- CouchDB document field name with space, how to call it in design document?
- Calls to CouchDB’s _session always return 200
PouchDB Use Cases, Questions and Answers
- Ionic 2 and PouchDB : error 404 or 409 while updating a doc
- PouchDB: Create a design doc for fetching unique keys
- Get PouchDB attachment?
- How to work around incorrect (?) TypeScript/DefinitelyTyped typings for PouchDB?
no public answer yet:
For more new questions and answers about CouchDB, see these search results and about PouchDB, see these.
If you want to get into working on CouchDB:
- We have an infinite number of open contributor positions on CouchDB. Submit a pull request and join the project!
- Do you want to help us with the work on the new CouchDB website? Get in touch on our new website mailing list and join the website team! – email@example.com
- The CouchDB advocate marketing programme is just getting started. Join us in CouchDB’s Advocate Hub!
- CouchDB has a new wiki. Help us move content from the old to the new one!
- Can you help with Web Design, Development or UX for our Admin Console? No Erlang skills required! – Get in touch with us.
- Do you want to help moving the CouchDB docs translation forward? We’d love to have you in our L10n team! See our current status and languages we’d like to provide CouchDB docs in on this page. If you’d like to help, don’t hesitate to contact the L10n mailing list on firstname.lastname@example.org or ping Andy Wenk (awenkhh on IRC).
We’d be happy to welcome you on board!
- May 26, Prague, Czech Republic, BCV workshop: Offline first aplikace – CouchDB a PouchDB
- June 29-July 1, Amsterdam, Netherlands: Dutch PHP Conference
- July 12, Chicago (IL), US, Internet of Things Chicago: A developer’s guide to Exploring and Visualizing IoT Data by IBM
Job opportunities for people with CouchDB skills
- Cloud Software Developer – Innovation Center, Los Angeles (CA), US
- Web Application Developer, Brandon (FL), US
- Senior PHP Developer, Berlin, Germany
- Senior Backend Engineer with NodeJS, Atlanta (GA), US/Remote
- Senior Application Security Engineer, Rockville (MD), US
- Data Warehouse Architect & Mentor, Monrovia, Liberia
Time to relax!
- “When I told my husband about it, he grimaced. ‘Why would you want to read about that?’ he asked, before going back to his Rockets game. It was hard to explain why exploring the torture chamber of Jude’s past was exactly what I wanted to do after a long day at work.” – When a Tale of Torture Is Oddly Relaxing [CW: violence]
- “For me, veggie prep is a comforting way to ease into cooking a meal, when the kitchen is calm and competing pots are not yet being stirred. Produce from the garden has been brought in, washed and laid out on the counter. That’s the moment I reflect on each vegetable and decide how to treat it, depending on the condition it’s in, the variety I’ve grown and the use to which it will be put.” – Vegetable preparation is relaxing, no matter how you slice it
- “This time-lapse of someone building a chair leg is satisfying and comforting for reasons we can’t quite explain. Watching the wood slowly shaved away to reveal a graceful form is a lovely way to spend a few moments today. The chair leg was made by the furniture makers Koja Designs, who have a few other similarly great YouTube videos.” – Watch A Deeply Relaxing Time-Lapse of Someone Making a Wooden Chair Leg
- “Making a cup of tea for someone can be a way of saying, ‘I care about you. Have this hot bland liquid that I made for you just the way you like it.’ If you’ve had an argument with a roommate, offer to make them a cup of tea — if they accept, everything is okay now. This is also a great way to apologize without directly addressing the issue, which is the most British thing you could be doing anyway.” – What Americans can learn from the soothing British ritual of tea time
- “The hydrophones are encased in titanium to withstand the deep sea pressure. They are then attached to a remote-controlled vehicle that travels out to eruptions that are otherwise unreachable by man. And, if that wasn’t cool enough, just wait until you hear the sounds that they’ve discovered. From the deep bass rumbles of underwater volcanoes, to the eerie, harmonic scrapes of icebergs on tectonic plate, the sounds seem to fit our ideas of cosmic ambience more than nautical noise.” – Listen to the strangely soothing sounds of underwater volcanos
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- Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Reconciliation and Foot-Washing in Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
- We asked 20,000 people who they are and how they’re learning to code
- What’s that mystery in your inbox costing you?
- Kittens raised near rabbits learn to jump like rabbits
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