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Minimalistic CouchDB Client for node.js

Nuno Job’s NanoCouch Node.js driver for CouchDB:

After doing development like this for a while some obvious patterns started to emerge, as well as some code duplication. So the idea of nano was born: Build the minimal abstraction possible that allows you to use CouchDB from nodejs while preserving stream#pipe capabilities.

NanoCouch was well received by the CouchDB community with comments like:

Mikeal Rogers: this post is really good because it doesn’t assume you know all the little things i always forget to explain, like how the callback arguments are structured. perfect beginner article! :)

Joe McCann: This is why CouchDB and Node.js are made for each other

Original title and link: Minimalistic CouchDB Client for node.js (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://writings.nunojob.com/2011/08/nano-minimalistic-couchdb-client-for-nodejs.html