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#Microsoft Azure DocumentDB Node.js Q promises wrapper

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This project provides a node module that makes it easy to interact with Azure DocumentDB.

For documentation please see the Microsoft Azure Node.js Developer Center and the Microsoft Azure DocumentDB Node.js SDK Documentation.

##Installation

This is a wrapper of the Azure DocumentDB Node.js SDK using the Q promises library.

npm install documentdb-q-promises

##Usage

To use this SDK to call Azure DocumentDB, you need to first create an account.

##Hello world example code using Q promises

	var DocumentClient = require('documentdb-q-promises').DocumentClientWrapper;
	
	var host = [hostendpoint];                    // Add your endpoint
	var masterKey = [database account masterkey]; // Add the masterkey of the endpoint
	
	var client = new DocumentClient(host, {masterKey: masterKey});
	var databaseDefinition = { id: "sample database" }
	var collectionDefinition = { id: "sample collection" };
	var documentDefinition = { id: "hello world doc", content: "Hello World!" };
	
	var database, collection, document;
	client.createDatabaseAsync(databaseDefinition)
    	.then(function(databaseResponse) {
        	database = databaseResponse.resource;
        	return client.createCollectionAsync(database._self, collectionDefinition);
    	})
    	.then(function(collectionResponse) {
        	collection = collectionResponse.resource;
        
        	return client.createDocumentAsync(collection._self, documentDefinition);
    	})
		.then(function(documentResponse) {
			var document = documentResponse.resource;
			console.log('Created Document with content: ', document.content);
		})
    	.fail(function(error) {
        	console.log("An error occured", error);
    	});

###Youtube Videos

Getting started with Azure DocumentDB on Node.js:

Azure Demo: Getting started with Azure DocumentDB on Node.js

##Need Help?

Be sure to check out the Microsoft Azure Developer Forums on MSDN or the Developer Forums on Stack Overflow if you have trouble with the provided code.

##Contribute Code or Provide Feedback

If you would like to become an active contributor to this project please follow the instructions provided in Azure Projects Contribution Guidelines.

If you encounter any bugs with the library please file an issue in the Issues section of the project.

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