Tag Archives: Java SDK

Traveling with Couchbase using the Java SDK


via Traveling with Couchbase using the Java SDK.

At Couchbase Connect 2015 we demonstrated an example application that uses N1QL to query data from a sample Couchbase bucket.

If you missed the conference, not a problem. We’re going to go through how to reproduce this application and check out some of the highlights of Couchbase 4.0.

Announcing Java SDK 2.2 General Availability


via Announcing Java SDK 2.2 General Availability.

On behalf of the SDK Team, it is my great pleasure to announce that the Java SDK version 2.2 is now GA!

This version is packed with enhancements and bugfixes. First and foremost it offers compatibility with all the new shiny things our new Couchbase Server 4.0brings to the table.

Thanks to feedback and after quite a few iterations (there were not one but two Developer Previews for this release!), we now have a rich set of improvements to take advantage of when migrating from 2.0/2.1 to 2.2.

See the release notes for a complete list of changes, but here is a recap:

Couchbase : Create a large dataset using Twitter and Java


via Tug’s Blog: Couchbase : Create a large dataset using Twitter and Java.

An easy way to create large dataset when playing/demonstrating Couchbase -or any other NoSQL engine- is to inject Twitter feed into your database.

For this small application I am using:

In this example I am using Java to inject Tweets into Couchbase, you can obviously use another langage if you want to.

The sources of this project are available on my Github repository  Twitter Injector for Couchbase you can also download the Binary version here, and execute the application from the command line, see Run The Application paragraph. Do not forget to create your Twitter oAuth keys (see next paragraph)

Traveling with Couchbase using the Java SDK


via Traveling with Couchbase using the Java SDK.

At Couchbase Connect 2015 we demonstrated an example application that uses N1QL to query data from a sample Couchbase bucket.

If you missed the conference, not a problem. We’re going to go through how to reproduce this application and check out some of the highlights of Couchbase 4.0.

Gradle App Engine plugin


via GoogleAppEngine – GAE / J developed in Gradle – Qiita.

Google App Engine and (GAE) Although it is started as soon as they put the GAE plug-in to Eclipse if you develop in Java, considering the collaboration with team development and CI, still want to use the build tools such as Gradle.

It seems that recommends Maven to Google documents, but the plug-in for Gradle has also been published in more of Google official GitHub.

Gradle App Engine plugin
Https://Github.Com/GoogleCloudPlatform/gradle-appengine-plugin
Gradle App Engine plugin (since GAE plug-in), the application of the build, the local server is running, test, a series of operations to be performed in the Google App Engine SDK, such as deploy (or later SDK) has been defined as a Gradle task.

But do not find too much information or on the net for a few people to use.
The first place, whether the GAE / Java development itself is out of such as pushed by trend Go, there are many things that are not helpful in just old material.

That said, still GAE has continued to evolve, GAE / Java SDK has also been frequently updated.
The 2014 has the appearance of Managed VM services, has increased the degree of freedom of the Java Runtime.
Android Studio also official version is released, the foundation of the project is a Gradle, this GAE plug-in has a built-in back-end development that has been integrated.
Java development of GAE is that the there is a momentum of comeback also fodder basis, such as technical information and books also will come again Desoro~tsu from per year.

As connection of up to it, I will be summarized notes of information that examined the status quo.
It is not fully organize good enough, but it would be in reference to pick up a starting point.
I want you to tell me if there is a mistake or typo.

Introducing the Azure DocumentDB Java SDK


via Introducing the Azure DocumentDB Java SDK | Microsoft Azure Blog.

We are pleased to announce the release of the Azure DocumentDB Java SDK! The Java SDK allows you to easily create, read, update, and delete various DocumentDB resources as well as manage advanced configuration settings.

You can find all of the source code for this SDK available via github: