CouchApp: All content tagged as CouchApp in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence
Watching Chris Anderson (@jchris) demoing CouchDB and CouchApp is always fun and relaxing. In this short video, Chris is showing the details of a simple chat app built on top of CouchApp.
It would be worth noting that I am starting to see quite a few interesting usecases or apps built on CouchDB’s _changes.
Last, I should probably confess that I am not really familiar with CouchApp, so if you have a great CouchApp video, presentation or tutorial, please do share it with me and the MyNoSQL users. I’m pretty sure others will appreciate it as much as I will do!
-  Firstly there is this usecase of streaming notifications about CouchDB document updates using RabbitMQ. Then we have a generic CouchDB _changes consumer based on node.js. (↩)
Chris Anderson (@jchris) has shared a 10min video demoing Taskr, a lightweight task tracker that uses some new plugins (Evently and Pathbinder) available through CouchApp. The video is pretty fun, unfortunately the fonts are too small to see the code, so you’ll have to check out the ☞ GitHub code to follow along.
And hello Chris from MyNoSQL!