Ask HN: Is my software stack choice sound?

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  • ecto

    A toolkit for data mapping and language integrated query.

    May I ask why CouchDB though? Is it for the offline support?

    Phoenix comes with its own database tool called Ecto[0] which is excellent, and it uses Postgres by default. If you're not intended to leverage CouchDB for offline support you should go Postgres without a second thought.

    That said, I'm also curious about how to implement offline support with Phoenix in a nice and trivial way.

    [0] https://github.com/elixir-ecto/ecto

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