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Elijah Asaolu
May 24, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

A detailed look at basic SQL.js features

Elijah Asaolu I am a programmer, I have a life.

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6 Replies to "A detailed look at basic SQL.js features"

  1. Too bad it is only saved on the memory
    I have tried something similar called dexie.js, it has the upper hand of saving the data to indexeddb, so the data will persist after each reload

  2. Why storing data in the memory? what’s the benefit ? and what kind of data can be stored in the memory?

  3. Thank you for sharing this information with us , But I have a question with you.
    How safe is it for production?
    Please reply it will helpful for me .
    Really appreciate your work.

  4. Hi Isabella, glad you found the article helpful.

    SQL.js is an open source project, and yes it is safe to use in production

  5. “Getting started with SQL.js is as easy as installing jQuery in an existing HTML project.”

    This is freaking HILARIOUS. Installing jquery was **never** a cut and dried proposition. Between , top of body, or bottom of body, and the various situations that required each, saying the above really made me question if you were being ironic or what.

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