lawnchair.js VS cookies.js

Compare lawnchair.js vs cookies.js and see what are their differences.

lawnchair.js

A lightweight clientside JSON document store, (by brianleroux)

cookies.js

🍫 Tastier cookies, local, session, and db storage in a tiny package. Includes subscribe() events for changes. (by franciscop)
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lawnchair.js cookies.js
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0.0 0.0
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JavaScript JavaScript
MIT License MIT License
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lawnchair.js

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

cookies.js

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  • DDD Is Overrated
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Mar 2021
    Sure you might not be able to write 100% of the documentation in one go and then the code, but AFAIK that's neither the goal or the intention of DDD, it's more like "document a bit, write a bit, repeat".

    The way I do it is first write a draft of the documentation, of how I want the API to look like. Then check if that basic code is possible (which I can predict most of the times based on experience), then write some more docs or methods. When writing a lib I normally already know where I want to use it, so I can put example snippets from how I want to use it as the documentation first and then try to implement those methods.

    Examples of libraries I've written mostly this way:

    - https://github.com/franciscop/brownies

    - https://github.com/franciscop/files

    - https://github.com/franciscop/backblaze

What are some alternatives?

When comparing lawnchair.js and cookies.js you can also consider the following projects:

js-cookie - A simple, lightweight JavaScript API for handling browser cookies

localForage - 💾 Offline storage, improved. Wraps IndexedDB, WebSQL, or localStorage using a simple but powerful API.

DB.js - db.js is a wrapper for IndexedDB to make it easier to work against

basket.js - A script and resource loader for caching & loading files with localStorage

jquery-cookie

LokiJS - javascript embeddable / in-memory database

WatermelonDB - 🍉 Reactive & asynchronous database for powerful React and React Native apps ⚡️

store.js - Cross-browser storage for all use cases, used across the web.

basil.js - The missing Javascript smart persistent layer

jStorage - jStorage is a simple key/value database to store data on browser side

sql.js - A javascript library to run SQLite on the web.