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Developing with CouchDB on Android

So you know why CouchDB on mobile is an awesome fit, but getting CouchDB working on the device is only the first step, for it to be useful CouchDB needs to provide an easy and convenient way to be used on mobile devices. This is the first in a series of introductions to CouchDB on Android.

In this post I will take a very basic CouchApp and turn it into a native Android App.

I was planning to post this link over the weekend to allow enough time for setting things up. But after reading about what you need to go through to develop on some other platform, I concluded you’ll get up to speed with CouchDB on Android in no time.

Original title and link: Developing with CouchDB on Android (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://arandomurl.com/2011/02/13/developing-with-couchdb-on-android.html