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Create an AngularJS Web Application That Sync's With Couchbase Using PouchDB

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Create an AngularJS Web Application That Sync's With Couchbase Using PouchDB

So, I've decided to craft a step by step video tutorial demonstrating how to sync between a web application and Couchbase Server using nothing more than client facing technologies like AngularJS, HTML, and CSS, all of which is made possible by PouchDB.

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Not too long ago, I created a tutorial demonstrating how to sync between a web application and Couchbase Server using nothing more than client facing technologies like AngularJS, HTML, and CSS.  This was all made possible with the JavaScript library PouchDB because it has the ability to connect with Couchbase Sync Gateway for replications.

Based on popular request, I've decided to craft a step by step video tutorial of the same blog post I previously wrote.  It is a great way to clear up any loose ends in the development process.


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