By Josh Morony
In the first tutorial of this series I introduced CouchDB at a high level and touched on why you might want to use CouchDB over some other options, and why I think it makes a great companion for Ionic 2 applications.
We mostly talked about CouchDB at a conceptual level, but in this tutorial, I will be covering how to actually do things with CouchDB more specifically. As I mentioned in the last article, CouchDB can be a little hard to understand especially if you are used to relational databases.
The way in which you query your data in CouchDB is very different to using standard SQL, so we will be focusing on how you can go about running queries against your data in CouchDB.
(This is the last theory post I promise, we’ll get into actually building stuff in the next tutorial).