Contrary to articles I saw while researching how to use Mailgun with Lumen, it was incredibly easy!
In my Ionic 3 app I wanted the user to backup a few pages and not go all the way back to the root of the navigation. The solution only seems obvious after a solution was found.
I have a bucket in Couchbase that had a bunch of empty documents. In a DUH moment I figured out how to query for and then delete them.
Indexing is important with all databases but it is extra importing in the NoSQL Couchbase database.
After 2 years of mobile app development in jQuery Mobile I’ve finally taken the plunge and moved to Ionic.
Query one database and write to another all in one sql statement. Nice feature in SQLite.
Using the Couchbase date/time functions we found that some sales were missing. After doing some test it appeared that dates were being moved back one day.
Working with Couchbase date functions. Trying to get an index that will speed up the query.
In looking for a solution for an in-app database I stumbled upon Couchbase. Not only have I become a fanboy of this NoSQL database and the json query language N1QL that Couchbase has created, but so has another developer at my work.
Trying to standardize birth date data from different data sources can be a major pain in the behind. Stop poopy birth date data!