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Rest serves a fully RESTful API from any SQL database (by rest-go)
REST API for any Postgres database
Pretty cool - wonder how it compares to Postgrest (https://postgrest.org/).
Generally been a fan of these sorts of models - SQL data is very malleable - and treating the tables as movable from the start really helps move faster as a developer - database migrations become easier as you don't need to do a lot of work with API.
I can see how this would cause problems if you always used this in production after finding a fit for the data model - but for rapid prototyping and development - big fan.
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