Friday, 21 June 2013

NeDB - Embedded datastore for node.js

NeDB - Embedded datastore for node.js
NeDB is embedded persistent database for Node.js, written in Javascript, with no dependency (except npm modules of course). You can think of it as a SQLite for Node.js projects, which can be used with a simplerequire statement. The API is a subset of MongoDB's. You can use it as a persistent or an in-memory only datastore.

NeDB is not intended to be a replacement of large-scale databases such as MongoDB! Its goal is to provide you with a clean and easy way to query data and persist it to disk, for web applications that do not need lots of concurrent connections, for example a continuous integration and deployment server and desktop applications built with Node Webkit.

NeDB | GitHub

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