Version 2.8 introduces enhancements to sync technology for distributed cloud

Offline first

Mobile apps are always responsive regardless of network connections. Data is available in your local embedded database when offline, and can sync with the backend data centers when the network becomes available.

Introduction to Couchbase Lite
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couchbase product moblie platform

Developer friendly

An easy-to-use API provides applications with comprehensive data access functionality using CRUD and query capabilities.

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Lightweight

Couchbase Lite has a small footprint, ranging from 1MB – 5MB depending on the platform. It’s well-suited for resource-constrained mobile and embedded devices.

Understanding frameworks
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couchbase product moblie platform

Multiplatform support

Support for mobile platforms including iOS, Android, and Windows. Support for non-mobile desktop and web server apps with our .NET and Java libraries.

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Highlighted features

SQL-based query

Expedite app development and reduce ramp-up time with a comprehensive query API that uses a familiar SQL-based syntax for querying JSON documents.

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Full-text search

Build compelling user and customer experiences with smarter, richer applications using full-text search support available in the local embedded database.

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Peer-to-peer sync

Synchronize data directly between Couchbase Lite devices using peer-to-peer sync without the need for a centralized control point.

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On-device failover

Synchronize data directly between databases on the same device to enable on-device failover and backup.

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On-device encryption

Data is secured on the device using 256-bit AES full database encryption.

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Predictive queries

Use the Predictive Query API to leverage machine learning models within your apps. Combine real-time app input with data in local embedded database to make predictions.

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