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| * Uses the [http://www.lshift.net/blog/2007/02/17/json-and-json-rpc-for-erlang rfc4627] module from [http://www.lshift.net/ LShift]
* eCouch design was inspired by the article [http://www.trapexit.org/Building_a_Non-blocking_TCP_server_using_OTP_principles Building a Non-blocking TCP server using OTP principles]
* It assumes that the [http://www.erlang.org/doc/apps/inets/index.html inets] application is running
| * Uses the [[http://www.lshift.net/blog/2007/02/17/json-and-json-rpc-for-erlang|rfc4627]] module from [[http://www.lshift.net/|LShift]]
* eCouch design was inspired by the article [[http://www.trapexit.org/Building_a_Non-blocking_TCP_server_using_OTP_principles|Building a Non-blocking TCP server using OTP principles]]
* It assumes that the [[http://www.erlang.org/doc/apps/inets/index.html|inets]] application is running
Getting started with Erlang and the CouchDB API.
eCouch is an Erlang application that provides an API to a CouchDB server. Code and documentation can be obtained at:
eCouch design was inspired by the article Building a Non-blocking TCP server using OTP principles
It assumes that the inets application is running
- Follows all the OTP design principles
- Can run stand-alone with its own supervision tree or be included inside an existing supervision tree
- Guarantees synchronism between calls and their responses
It is quite easy to throw together a quick interface to CouchDB in Erlang using inets or ibrowse because CouchDB API is so easy. On such interface currently exists at:
Documentation can be found as part of the library.
Another Erlang library exists as erlang_couchdb. It is actively development and tries to do as little as possible.