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From Janez Štupar <>
Subject Re: validate_doc_update responsibilities
Date Thu, 10 Mar 2011 10:58:30 GMT
Well Actuall is a part of CouchApp toolchain (beyond python
script). Have you checked on the in last two months? I'm not
trying to be snarky here - but I have been guilty of ignoring it myself :D
only to later find out that it gets quite regular updates with tutorials,
documentation and new functionality

So what I was talking about is this library:

Check the "Javascript Application Programming" headline on:

It's exactly what you're proposing and it has already been done :D

What I'm going to be working on in the future is building a simple web based
IDE for CouchApps. Just to flatten the learning curve a bit - since I guess
we are not the only ones having trouble to grasp the incredible amount of
work that has already been done here :D

Regarding the node.js - currently the couch.js and are jQuery
plugins, but maybe it would be possible to refactor some common stuff out -
for greater good in the long run. But I guess I'm prematurely optimizing.

On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 11:31 AM, Caolan McMahon

> > have you looked into the couchapp.js framework that Chris Anderson has
> > built?
> I'm only aware of the python couchapp tool. That tool does not do what
> I'm proposing. Is there another project I'm not aware of?
> > It pulls the design document to browser and enables you to run specific
> code
> > from it. Id propose that you look into extending and/or clearing up
> > couchapp.
> Hmm, sort of... Its more about adding client-side code to the design
> doc's attachments. If you read the site you might
> see that I'm proposing much tighter integration, focused on sharing
> logic between the client and server, and even rewrite rules.
> As for extending couchapp, it would be *much* more difficult than
> reimplementing it in this case. Using node.js opens up many more
> options since it can manipulate commonjs modules easily. Thankfully,
> it turns out implementing a basic tool to push couchapps is pretty
> simple, which goes to show how awesome CouchDB is ;)

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