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SDKs

Couchbase offers numerous software development kits (SDKs) that provide programmatic access to Couchbase Server.
C SDK 2.8

The Couchbase C SDK (libcouchbase) enables C and C++ programs to access a Couchbase Server cluster. The C SDK is also commonly used as a core dependency of SDKs written in other language to provide a common implementation and high performance.

Java SDK 2.5

The Java SDK allows Java applications to access a Couchbase Server cluster. The Java SDK offers traditional synchronous APIs as well as scalable asynchronous APIs to maximize performance.

.NET SDK 2.5

The .NET SDK enables you to interact with a Couchbase Server cluster from the .NET Framework using C#. It offers both a traditional synchronous API and an asynchronous API based on the Task-based Asynchronous Pattern (TAP).

Node.js SDK 2.4

The Node.js SDK allows you to connect to a Couchbase Server cluster from Node.js. The Node.js SDK is a native Node.js module using the very fast libcouchbase library to handle communicating with the cluster over the Couchbase binary protocol.

Go SDK 1.2

The Couchbase Go SDK allows you to connect to a Couchbase Server cluster from Go. The Go SDK is a native Go library and uses the high-performance gocbcore to handle communicating to the cluster over Couchbase’s binary protocols.

PHP SDK 2.4

The PHP SDK allows you to connect to a Couchbase Server cluster from PHP. The PHP SDK is a native PHP extension and uses the Couchbase high-performance C library libcouchbase to handle communicating to the cluster over Couchbase binary protocols.

Python SDK 2.2

The Python SDK allows Python applications to access a Couchbase Server cluster. The Python SDK offers a traditional synchronous API as well as integration with twisted, gevent, and asyncio. It depends on the C SDK (libcouchbase) and utilizes it for performance and reliability.