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CouchDB: What is CouchApp?

I’ve asked for it, now I’ve found it:

A CouchApp is just a JavaScript and HTML5 app that can be served directly to the browser from CouchDB, without any other software in the stack. There are many benefits (and some constraints) to doing it this way.

Leaving aside the sometimes overly zealous comments, it is the intro material about CouchApp I was asking for. There are a few more resources about CouchApp available ☞ here.

A CouchApp that got some press lately is afgwardiary which can be found on ☞ GitHub. Created by Benoit Chesneau it is meant to analyze the Wikileaks data dumps.

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