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The Definitive Guide Three of CouchDB’s creators show you how to use this document-oriented database as a standalone application framework or with high-volume, distributed applications. With its simple model for storing, processing, and accessing data, CouchDB is ideal for web applications that handle huge amounts of loosely structured data. That alone would stretch the limits of a relational database, yet CouchDB offers an open source solution that’s reliable, scales easily, and responds quickly.

The Definitive Guide

CouchDB: The CouchDB Project

A Database for the Web CouchDB is a database that completely embraces the web. Store your data with JSON documents. Access your documents with your web browser, via HTTP. CouchDB: The CouchDB Project
Exploring CouchDB Exploring CouchDB What is CouchDB? CouchDB is an open source document-oriented database-management system, accessible using a RESTful JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) API. The term "Couch" is an acronym for "Cluster Of Unreliable Commodity Hardware," reflecting the goal of CouchDB being extremely scalable, offering high availability and reliability, even while running on hardware that is typically prone to failure.
ongoing · WF XI: Results ongoing · WF XI: Results This is the eleventh progress re­port from the Wide Finder Pro­ject; I’ll use it as the re­sults ac­cu­mu­la­tor, up­dat­ing it in place even if I go on to write more on the sub­ject, which seems very likely. [Up­date: Your new leader: Perl.] The Name · There’ve been a few posts won­der­ing about the name “Wide Finder”. The orig­i­nal Ruby code came from my Beau­ti­ful Code chap­ter called “Find­ing Things”; thus it was a Finder.