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CouchDB

I want to handover MyCouch

A while back ago I started a project called MyCouch. It's an async .Net driver for CouchDB and Cloudant. Since I'm no longer an active user of neither CouchDB nor Cloudant, I think the project would benefit from being managed by someone else. I was hoping that Cloudant could take it in, as it's the…

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CouchDB - Hyper-V

Tiny, little tip coming. If you as me, are setting up CouchDB on e.g Hyper-V on your local computer at home, you need to fix a three settings. Two of them are obvious, the third is a bit less obvious. First – Firewall By default CouchDB listens to port 5984. Ensure that is allowed as an inbound rul…

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CouchDB - many-to-many relations

CouchDB is one of those databases that is super simple to get started with and then has its not so obvious “tricks” how to accomplish things that might have felt super natural in another DB. Now, first lets pause right here and think of what I just said: …might have felt super natural in another DB…

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Document database modelling gone bad

Recently I was building a solution for managing some contents. I used a document oriented database for storing the actual contents. In this particular scenario, I used CouchDB. First a POC was built, just to get an idea of the domain and what was possible to achieve, given a fixed amount of resource…

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