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riak-js is an awesome client driver for the Riak distributed datastore.

riak-js is an awesome client driver for the Riak distributed datastore.

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  • Like all these turtles marching toward the sea, we’re on a path. And that path is the adoption of JavaScript in lots of places it hasn’t been before.\n
  • Like all these turtles marching toward the sea, we’re on a path. And that path is the adoption of JavaScript in lots of places it hasn’t been before.\n
  • Like all these turtles marching toward the sea, we’re on a path. And that path is the adoption of JavaScript in lots of places it hasn’t been before.\n
  • Like all these turtles marching toward the sea, we’re on a path. And that path is the adoption of JavaScript in lots of places it hasn’t been before.\n
  • So you’re probably saying “What about CouchDB? It has JavaScript”. \n\nCouchDB is great. I like it a lot. (apologies for the strawman) But it has been my experience that the types of applications people build on top of CouchDB are very different from the types of apps people build with Node.js. And you don’t want to end up like this turtle.\n\nYou want to be like these turtles!\n
  • So you’re probably saying “What about CouchDB? It has JavaScript”. \n\nCouchDB is great. I like it a lot. (apologies for the strawman) But it has been my experience that the types of applications people build on top of CouchDB are very different from the types of apps people build with Node.js. And you don’t want to end up like this turtle.\n\nYou want to be like these turtles!\n
  • So you’re probably saying “What about CouchDB? It has JavaScript”. \n\nCouchDB is great. I like it a lot. (apologies for the strawman) But it has been my experience that the types of applications people build on top of CouchDB are very different from the types of apps people build with Node.js. And you don’t want to end up like this turtle.\n\nYou want to be like these turtles!\n
  • So you’re probably saying “What about CouchDB? It has JavaScript”. \n\nCouchDB is great. I like it a lot. (apologies for the strawman) But it has been my experience that the types of applications people build on top of CouchDB are very different from the types of apps people build with Node.js. And you don’t want to end up like this turtle.\n\nYou want to be like these turtles!\n
  • * “Your data is safe with us.”\n* “Just add more machines.”\n* “Key-Value++, MapReduce, Search. With great power comes great responsibility - take ownership of your data.”\n
  • * “Your data is safe with us.”\n* “Just add more machines.”\n* “Key-Value++, MapReduce, Search. With great power comes great responsibility - take ownership of your data.”\n
  • * “Your data is safe with us.”\n* “Just add more machines.”\n* “Key-Value++, MapReduce, Search. With great power comes great responsibility - take ownership of your data.”\n
  • * “Your data is safe with us.”\n* “Just add more machines.”\n* “Key-Value++, MapReduce, Search. With great power comes great responsibility - take ownership of your data.”\n
  • * “Your data is safe with us.”\n* “Just add more machines.”\n* “Key-Value++, MapReduce, Search. With great power comes great responsibility - take ownership of your data.”\n
  • So if you want to work with Riak from node.js, Francisco Treacy wrote this awesome driver called riak-js. It’s also got a beautiful website at riakjs.org that is envy of all READMEs.\n
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  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
  • Pretty much every API function takes a callback which receives the results - will be eliding the callback except where necessary.\n
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