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CouchDB Reference to JS Functions, CommonJS modules, URL Rewrites

Caolan McMahon shares the documentation he put together for CouchDB JavaScript functions, CommonJS modules that can be used in CouchDB design documents, and URL rewrites:

I’ve been exploring some of the more recent features, as well as a few older ones that I’d previously neglected. I’ve found experimenting with these at turns both exciting and frustrating. CouchDB continues to lack thorough documentation, and although the reasons behind most API choices are blindingly obvious once you understand the context of their implementation, getting there is a steepening learning curve.

Original title and link for this post: CouchDB Reference to JS Functions, CommonJS modules, URL Rewrites (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)