The follow-up blog post on moving your MySQL applications to CouchDB has been posted on the CouchOne blog. Part 2 digs into a bit more detail on the specifics of views, and how to perform some of the more common operations used in MySQL, such as paging and aggregation in your CouchDB view. You can read Part 2 here
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