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ACHTUNG - KORREKTUR : Volltext der Pressemitteilung folgt: Couchbase kündigt Betaversion von Couchbase Lite for .NET an

Couchbase, Inc., Anbieter der umfassendsten NoSQL-Datenbank, kündigte heute die Betaversion von Couchbase Lite for .NET an, die in Zusammenarbeit mit Xamarin entwickelt wurde. Couchbase Lite ist die weltweit erste und einzige mit allen Funktionen ausgestattete, flexible, mobile JSON-Datenbank der Welt, die dezentral auf dem Gerät läuft und von Grund auf für Mobilgeräte konzipiert wurde. Neben der Betaversion von Couchbase Lite for .NET kündigte Couchbase außerdem die allgemeine Verfügbarkeit von Couchbase mobile an, die native Versionen von Couchbase Lite für iOS, Android und Java umfasst.

„Unser Ziel ist es, Entwicklern die Möglichkeit zu geben, die nächste Generation mobiler Anwendungen zu programmieren“, so Rahim Yaseen, SVP Products and Engineering, Couchbase. „Xamarin besitzt eine Gemeinschaft von mehr als 600.000 Entwicklern, die native mobile Anwendungen für iOS, Android und Windows in C# entwickeln. Die Erstellung einer nativen .NET Version von Couchbase Lite ermöglicht dieser Gemeinschaft, schneller und einfacher die Synchronisation mobiler Daten abzuwickeln und eliminiert somit eine der größten Herausforderungen bei der Entwicklung immer verfügbarer, immer reaktionsfähiger Anwendungen.“

Die Betaversion von Couchbase Lite für .NET ist das Ergebnis der gemeinsamen Entwicklungsarbeit von Couchbase und Xamarin. Xamarin und Couchbase werden ihre gemeinsame Arbeit während der Betaphase fortsetzen und gehen davon aus, dass das Produkt im Herbst 2014 allgemein erhältlich sein wird. Darüber hinaus arbeiten Xamarin und Couchbase gemeinsam daran, den Code portabel zu machen, damit er auf iOS und Android über Xamarin sowie auf gängigen mobilen, Tablet- und Desktop-Plattformen mit Microsoft verfügbar sein wird.

„Xamarins Mission ist es, die Entwicklung großartiger mobiler Anwendungen schnell, einfach und unterhaltsam zu machen“, sagt Miguel de Icaza, Mitbegründer und CTO von Xamarin. „Programme zu schreiben, um die Datensynchronisation aus der Ferne zu verwalten, macht keinen Spaß. Die Lösungen von Couchbase Mobile, insbesondere Couchbase Lite for .NET, liefern unserer Entwicklergemeinschaft eine Plattform, um robustere, reaktionsfähige und verfügbare Anwendungen in einem Bruchteil der bisherigen Zeit zu schreiben. Wir sind begeistert, dass wir die Betaversion von Couchbase Lite for .NET unseren Entwicklern bereitstellen können.“

Die Betaversion von Couchbase Lite for .NET ist hier erhältlich.

Über Couchbase

Couchbase ist Anbieter der umfassendsten, skalierbarsten und leistungsfähigsten NoSQL-Datenbank der Welt. Der Couchbase Server wurde auf Basis einer einfachen und doch mutigen Vision entwickelt: Dem Aufbau der ersten und besten Universal-NoSQL-Datenbank. Aus diesem Ziel ist eine branchenführende Lösung entstanden, die eine Shared-Nothing-Architektur (SN), einen Einzel-Knoten-Typ, eine eingebaute Caching-Schicht, genaue automatische Fragmentierung und die weltweit erste NoSQL-Lösung für Mobilgeräte enthält. Couchbase Mobile, kündigte im Jahr 2013 eine komplette NoSQL-Mobillösung an, die den Couchbase Server, das Couchbase Synch Gateway und Couchbase Lite – eine schlankere, für das Gerät entwickelte NoSQL-Datenbank – umfasst. Zu Couchbases Kunden zählen viele der größten Marken der Welt, u. a. Amadeus, Bally’s, Beats Music, Cisco, Comcast, Concur, Disney, Orbitz, Rakuten/Viber, Sky, Tencent, Walmart und Verizon sowie Hunderte anderer bekannter Namen weltweit. Couchbase hat seinen Hauptsitz in Silicon Valley und wird von Accel Partners, Adams Street Partners, Ignition Partners, Mayfield Fund und North Bridge Venture Partners finanziert. www.couchbase.com

Über Xamarin

Xamarin ist der neue Standard mobiler Entwicklungen für Unternehmen. Keine andere Plattform ermöglicht Unternehmen, 2,6 Milliarden iOS-, Android-, Mac- und Windows-Geräte mit 100 Prozent nativen Anwendungen von einer einzigen, gemeinsamen Codebasis zu erreichen. Xamarin wird von über 600.000 Entwicklern aus mehr als 100 Fortune-500-Firmen genutzt, um die Entwicklung von geschäftskritischen Anwendungen für Verbraucher und Unternehmen zu beschleunigen. Xamarins weltweiter Kundenstamm in 120 Ländern umfasst Dow Jones, Bosch, McKesson, Halliburton, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cognizant, GitHub, Rdio und WebMD. Xamarin ist ein Visionär in Gartners 2013 Magic Quadrant Bericht für Entwicklungsplattformen für mobile Anwendungen. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf: xamarin.com oder folgen Sie uns @xamarinhq.

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