On Apr 28 Martin Rowe wrote:
This is a short introduction that is understandable, gets you started, and serves as a precursor to delving into the Couchbase documentation. A side benefit is that it also serves as an introduction to the world of NoSQL data storage. Take a look at the Couchbase documentation and if you find it confusing then this book should work for you. What is noticeable about this book? The clarity of the various explanations. Full Review  >

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On Mar 27 Tushar Jain wrote:
Developing with Couchbase Sever by MC Brown is punch packed in minimum number of pages (88 only). It introduces to Couchbase and then takes you to fast pace tour of developing application using Couchbase. Full Review  >

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On Mar 15 Jason Armstrong wrote:
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On Feb 13 Surachart Opun wrote: Begin to Develop with Couchbase
Although this book have only about 150 pages, It will aid you to understand how to use client libraries and develop them with CouchBase 2.0. You will get idea about View also. I believe a book will help you basic to develop with CouchBase. I like code examples. Those are something very important for starting development. It will be better. If this book has lot of examples. However, I understand point from an introduction into the main points and requirements when developing applications with CouchBase. Full Review  >

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