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node.js + CouchDB == Crazy Delicious

Mikeal Rogers (@mikeal) talking on why node.js and CouchDB are a good fit for each other:

Now, there’s already LivelyCouch which tries to build an application server by combining node.js and CouchDB. And there’s also CouchApp which allows you to build apps directly in CouchDB.

Original title and link: node.js + CouchDB == Crazy Delicious (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)