Understanding and using Relations in Strapi

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    Internally, Strapi is powered by Koajs, and its default database is SQLite, where it persists the content we add to the collections and single-types. We have learned a bit about Strapi. In the next sections, we will learn about relations in database models and establish the relations in Strapi collections.

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