PouchDB 3.3.0: Fix Up, Look Sharp
Dale Harvey

By: Dale Harvey
Published: 03 February 2015
A new month means a new PouchDB release. Over the last month we have been looking around the rough edges and cleaning things up or chopping them off along with [...]

PouchDB 3.2.1: You can always be faster
Nolan Lawson

By: Nolan Lawson
Published: 05 January 2015
A humble release to ring in the new year, PouchDB 3.2.1 is focused on bugfixes and performance improvements. In particular, 3.2.1 boasts some critical fixes for IE11 and node-webkit, as [...]

The Pains Of Being Async At Heart
Dale Harvey

By: Dale Harvey
Published: 11 December 2014
If you are testing JavaScript you will likely have to test against async API's. These bring up some issues that you may not be familiar with if you are used [...]

PouchDB 3.2.0: To code is human, to debug is divine
Nolan Lawson

By: Nolan Lawson
Published: 04 December 2014
Hot on the heels of the last release, we present 3.2.0, which has new features to increase developer productivity, as well as a slew of bugfixes. [...]

How we test PouchDB
Dale Harvey

By: Dale Harvey
Published: 27 November 2014
While working on and researching improvements for automated testing in PouchDB, I found a lack of blog posts and general information about how open-source libraries test themselves. With PouchDB, a [...]