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targeting dynamically generated HTML elements
reddit.com/r/perchance | 2021-03-01
There are libraries that make it much easier to store arrays, numbers, etc. (not just strings) like this one that you might want to take a look at: https://github.com/nbubna/store You'd just need to copy this file into your HTML editor panel (wrapped in
I want to make a complete "note" taking app but i'm still a beginner and only know up to vanilla js. What should I learn so I can make this project?
reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-09-28
Maybe you could take this project as a reference? It is a chrome extension built by Vue3 & Vite2. It aksi combines lowdb with chrome.storage to store the notes.
JS - Mocking a REST API with JSON Server
dev.to | 2021-07-17
JSON Server works based on Low DB a "Tiny local JSON database for small projects". So you need to configure a db.json file that will serve the data.
Help counting and updating count!
reddit.com/r/node | 2021-07-03
Using Lowdb in Production
reddit.com/r/nextjs | 2021-06-29
Is it possible to use lowdb : https://github.com/typicode/lowdb in production? Seems like it will be part of the source when it is deployed. I am planning to deploy my nextjs project on Vercel.
zap-db: we made a JSON based database written in typescript and running on node, especially suited to slack/discord bots and works great as a replacement to json blobs :)
So it's a wrapper around lowdb. I'm curious, what benefits does it provide over just using lowdb? And why use lowdb?
Group chat bot that assign points to members
reddit.com/r/Telegram | 2021-04-17
you can use lowdb for database system. It is simple and easy. lowdb link npm
How do I make it write into a file?
It sounds like you might be trying to create something that already exists - https://github.com/typicode/lowdb
Is it possible to use fetch() method 'post' to a local JSON file?
there's library which allows you to use a json file in a manner similar to sqlite; https://github.com/typicode/lowdb
dev.to | 2021-02-12
Files are the most flexible of all. They can store anything in any format you want, but you have to write the querying logic yourself, so it's best to stick to simple formats and don't use them for data where you need complex queries. I think sticking with simple data that fits in a key=value format or JSON (like lowdb) is best.
NPM package to create a super simple database?
reddit.com/r/node | 2021-01-12
lowdb MIGHT be a good choice. It stores everything in a JSON file and uses Lodash for querying. I have used on a couple of personal projects but it isn't very well maintained (over 100 issues). Personally I really like it! I would never use it in anything serious though lol
What are some alternatives?
Keyv - Simple key-value storage with support for multiple backends
database-js - Common Database Interface for Node
Mongo Seeding - The ultimate solution for populating your MongoDB database.
pg-mem - An in memory postgres DB instance for your unit tests
@databases - TypeScript clients for databases that prevent SQL Injection
json-server - Get a full fake REST API with zero coding in less than 30 seconds (seriously)
DataStax Node.js Driver for Apache Cassandra - DataStax Node.js Driver for Apache Cassandra
upm - 🌀 Universal Package Manager - Python, Node.js, Ruby, Emacs Lisp.
vue-ls - :boom: Vue plugin for work with local storage, session storage and memory storage from Vue context
Finale - Create flexible REST endpoints and controllers from Sequelize models in your Express app