Category: Couchbase Mobile

Displaying a Sync Progress Indicator in an iOS app

NSProgress is an object in Foundation that represents the completion of some work. That work could be downloading a file, installing an app or something your own application is doing. The NSProgress exists to let you easily report progress in your...

Live Reload with React Native and Sync with Couchbase Mobile

Previously, I wrote a tutorial on getting started with React Native Android and Couchbase Lite. In this short screencast, you will use the sample project of this tutorial to learn the following: How to run the app that was built...

vagrant up: Running Couchbase and Couchbase Sync Gateway with Vagrant

In this blog, we will explore how to run Couchbase and Couchbase Sync Gateway using Vagrant.  Before beginning, you will need to have VirtualBox and Vagrant installed locally on your machine.  Download those two software first before proceeding as you...

Using Couchbase in Your Ionic Framework Application Part 2

Previously in part one of this series regarding Ionic Framework and Couchbase, I wrote about using Couchbase Lite to do local CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete) operations in a todo list example. This time around we’re going to take it...

Database on Amazon: Connecting Couchbase Sync Gateway to Couchbase AMI on AWS

Following up from the blog where we installed the Couchbase AMI (Amazon Machine Image) on AWS, we will now explore how to connect Couchbase Sync Gateway to Couchbase Server that is running on Amazon EC2 in a working mobile application....

First steps with PouchDB & Sync Gateway

This week, PouchDB v3.4.0 was released with Couchbase Sync Gateway compatibility. In this post, we’ll take the existing TodoMVC example and add filtered sync using Facebook authentication. In addition to syncing between Web clients, we’ll change the data model slightly to...

Build Mobile Apps with Xamarin and Couchbase Mobile

Implementing a Xamarin solution with Couchbase Mobile is the perfect combination in creating a cross-platform mobile application in C# that has local persistence.  This allows your content and data to not be ephemeral but better yet, your mobile application is...

What’s Hot with Android at the Android Developer Summit

I've spent my Monday and Tuesday at the free to attend Android Developer Summit, put together by Google in Mountain View, California.  This summit is a kick-off event for Google's Android Developer Conference (AnDevCon) that is happening next week. I,...

Couchbase Mobile: Changing read access in the Sync Function and replicating the changes to an Android app

With new tools such as Android Public Beta Testing and Testflight for iOS, shipping new updates of a native mobile application more regularly is a growing trend. In addition to changing the business logic and data models more regularly, there...

Create Games With Unity and a Local Database

There have been some amazing games built using the Unity platform. Some may be seen over the Unity App Showcase section. Impressive as these creations are, there is a core component missing in all games built with Unity: a local...

Adding user Sign Up to your Android app with Node.js and Couchbase Mobile

With the Sync Gateway API, you can authenticate on the client side as a specific user to replicate the data this user has access to. In the case of basic authentication, the user must already exist in the Sync Gateway...

Couchbase Mobile Day – Chicago: Learn About The Power of NoSQL & Offline Mobile

Chicago is home to the shiny Bean or better known as, ‘Cloud Gate’ and to the historical Wrigley Field of the Chicago Cubs.  From art, to music, to acclaim architectures around the city, Chicago is a beautiful city full of...