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Hosting websites out of CouchDB

Virtual hosts and URL rewrites have been introduced over an year ago in CouchDB 0.11. And they have been documented in getting ready for CouchDB.

Together with Couchapps, support for virtual hosts and URL rewrites makes it easier to create and serve web applications directly from CouchDB with no additional middleware.

In the following video, Max Odgen provides a brief tutorial on how to set up vhosts and rewrites in CouchDB so that you can host couchapps as websites that have pretty URLs.

Original title and link: Hosting websites out of CouchDB (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)