I am happy to announce that Couchbase Mobile 2.0 beta is now available for download here.
Couchbase Mobile 2.0
Couchbase Mobile 2.0 is a ground breaking release with really exciting new features
- Improved Couchbase Lite
- Simplified API with built in thread safety
- New query interface
- Automatic conflict management
- Full Text Search
- WebSocket-based replication protocol
Couchbase Lite 2.0
Couchbase Lite 2.0 has support for querying, indexing, full-text-search, on-device replicas and eventing capabilities, making it the most advanced embedded NoSQL database.
You can find about more about the new features in the Couchbase Mobile beta documentation. Here are a few blogs to get you started with Mobile 2.0 –
- Introducing Queries in Couchbase Lite 2.0
- Introducing Full Text Search in Couchbase Lite 2.0
- Querying Array Collections in Lite
- Replication in Couchbase Mobile 2.0
- Join Queries in Couchbase Lite 2.0
- Certificate Pinning in Android with Couchbase Mobile 2.0
We have also created a travel-sample mobile applications that works with the web based travel-sample application shipped with Couchbase Server and demonstrates seamless synchronization of data between web and mobile applications.
Engage with us
We’d like to get your feedback. Please engage with us either via Couchbase forums or by filing an issue on the appropriate github repo –
- Sync Gateway
- Couchbase Lite
Currently Couchbase lite 2.0 is under beta, when we can expect the official release of Couchbase lite 2.0.
Quick question – I notice that ‘regular java’ (i.e. non-Android) is not supported at this time. Will CB lite eventually support plain Java at some point, if so, roughly when, i.e. in 1 quarter, next year etc. Thanks. FYI great stuff. The query and search support are a big deal!
@Sonny – thanks for the kind words. Much appreciated!
We are actively considering adding support for other platforms but don’t have a committed plan at this time. I would like to learn more about your use case and specific needs – please message me directly if you are open to sharing those details.