Daybed 2.0 - A Library for Apache CouchDB

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Fri Aug 18 22:51:44 EDT 2017


Greg,
That was a really cool talk, yesterday.  It got me thinking about Couch as
a maybe a new go-to option for cloud db's.

On Fri, Aug 18, 2017 at 7:36 PM, pink via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> Apache has released CouchDB 2.1 and Daybed is still compatible.
>
> The library is available at:  https://github.com/madpink/couchdb4livecode
>
> This has been a big week for me...
> I had my talk about CouchDB for Livecode Global (that was fun)
>
> I was interviewd for the CouchDB blog where I did my best to plug Livecode:
> https://blog.couchdb.org/2017/08/15/a-couchdb-user-story-
> gregory-madpink-miller-shares-his-couchdb-udemy-course/
>
> I've created a coupon code for my CouchDB Udemy course for anyone
> interested:
> https://www.udemy.com/understanding-couchdb/?couponCode=LIVECODE
>
> As of now the Daybed library includes:
>
> 1. The main functions for GET, PUT, POST and DELETE to CouchDB
> 2. "Quick functions" which save the basic info (URL, authentication, db
> name) and let you quickly access docs
> 3. Sync functions which save documents to a database created for the user
> and saves locally as a "save stack"
>
> To-Do list:
> -continue updating/adding to the quick functions
> -add option to save to a per app database instead of per user (this will
> help make sync compatible with Cloudant)
> -toying with other save options besides the stack (open to suggestions)
>
>
>
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