How to Use Node NoSQL


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Using Node

While CouchDB is designed so you can store and serve your entire web application from it, you maybe more comfortable with using a different programming environment for your development. Many languages and frameworks have libraries ready to connect to CouchDB. Let's take a look at how you can use Node.js to connect to CouchDB. You can download Node.js from nodejs.org. For more information on installing and using Node.js refer to other lynda.com online training library titles.

Let's go to the exercise files. There is an application folder inside the exercise files. Let's copy this folder to the Desktop. Now let's take a look at the contents of this folder. If you open package.json you'll notice cradle is listed as a dependency. Cradle is a module that you can use to connect to the CouchDB. Let's install this dependency now. I'm going to Applications > Utilities > Terminal, and then I'm changing directory to the application folder.

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Using Node
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