Monthly Archives: June 2011

O’Reilly Radar on CouchDB and HTML5

I was recently interviewed by Audrey Watters of O’Reilly Radar on what CouchDB can do for HTML5, web apps and mobile. We discussed CouchDB, CouchApps, JavaScript, HTML5, web applications, mobile application development (Android/iOS), Web Storage, IndexedDB, replication, and “ground computing”. Read the full interview for the details of what we talked about. I’ll be giving [...]

Speaking at ZendCon 2011

I’m happy to say that I will be speaking at this year’s ZendCon—the Zend PHP Conference for Developers. I’ll be presenting a tutorial on Learning CouchDB during the first day of the conference. From the session’s description: CouchDB is a document-oriented database that uses JSON documents, has a RESTful HTTP API, and is queried using [...]

CouchDB 1.1 Released

CouchDB 1.1 was released this past Friday. CouchBase has a CouchDB Release 1.1 Feature Guide that provides details on the new features available in CouchDB 1.1. Some of the key new features include: A replicator database that stores replications which are automatically restarted when the server restarts Native SSL support—you can now connect to CouchDB [...]