Now that you've installed Couchbase and have probably created a cluster of Couchbase servers, it is time to install the client library library, and start storing data into it.
Here's a quick outline of what you'll learn in this article:
Install the Ruby Couchbase Client (Gem) Couchbase.
Write a simple program to demonstrate connecting to Couchbase and saving some data.
Explore some of the API methods that will take you further than the simple program.
Before we begin, you should ensure that you have Couchbase up and running on your development machine. You can download a pre-compiled binary of Couchbase Server Community Edition