- An introduction to CouchDB
- Installing CouchDB
- Experimenting with CouchDB’s web interface
- Integrating with Rails using ActiveCouch
- Integrating with Rails using RelaxDB
- Getting to scaffolding using RelaxDB
- Installing CouchDB from Subversion source code
- Trying out couchrest and topfunky’s basic_model
A grand moment has come. It is time to attempt to get Rails talking to my CouchDB database.
Today i am going to try ActiveCouch. My main reason for picking it first is that it seems to be inspired by ActiveRecord. It is quite evidently intended for Rails. It seems quite close to what i’m used to. RelaxDB may also be, but it is written for Merb so i may run into troubles that are simply differences between Rails and Merb.