Working with Data Tools to make our platform more integrated, and easier to use.
Watson Data Platform services need to work together well, but they’re not going to work together well for everyone. We use these services every day. That’s why, as developer advocates, we make tools and libraries to help others who run into similar problems, so they can be more productive from day one.
Just dump it to a text file. Do what you like from there.
- Nodejs, npm, CouchDB, and Cloudant
Continue reading: couchbackup →
Read data from a text file, transform it, and write JSON to CouchDB, Cloudant, and ElasticSearch.
- Nodejs, npm, CouchDB, Cloudant, and ElasticSearch
Continue reading: nosqlimport →
Continuously synchronize the index of a Simple-Search-Service instance with the content of a CouchDB/Cloudant database.
- CouchDB, Cloudant, and Nodejs
Continue reading: simple-search-service-sync →
A simple CouchDB data importer app that also shows how to bundle a web app for native distribution with Electron.
- CouchDB, Electron, and Nodejs
Continue reading: couchdbimporter →
A guestbook app that shows how to use webhooks with RabbitMQ and CouchDB.
- CouchDB, Compose, Nodejs, PHP, and RabbitMQ
Continue reading: guestbook →
A Python Flask web app for serving files from IBM Object Storage.
- Object Storeage and Python
Continue reading: openobjectstore →
Companion repository for the “Seven Databases in Seven Days” blog series.
- Cloudant, Compose, Etcd, Tinkerpop, MongoDB, Postgres, Redis, and RethinkDB
Continue reading: seven-days →
Open data sets hosted by the WDP dev advocates.
- data set
Continue reading: open-data →
Utility that loads documents from one CouchDB database, transforms them, and inserts them into another database.
- Cloudant, CouchDB, and Nodejs
Continue reading: couchdb-db-transform →
Official Cloudant-Node.js client library.
- Cloudant and Nodejs
Continue reading: nodejs-cloudant →