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Jul 8, 2020 ⋅ 11 min read

A guide to working with OrbitDB in Node.js

Alexander Nnakwue Software engineer. React, Node.js, Python, and other developer tools and libraries.

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6 Replies to "A guide to working with OrbitDB in Node.js"

  1. I’m at my wits end. I know this should be simple, but there is literally ZERO documentation anywhere on the web that I can find to show WTH I’m supposed to put in my tag!

  2. Hello Lwkedio,

    Apologies for any misconception. That was just an explanation and therefore does not show the full code block.

    In the full code which is available on GitHub, the await is wrapped around the async keyword. Please do check that as well. I have added the link to the code on GitHub at the end of the post.

    Also, as an aside, you should check top level await functions, they exist nowadays. Thanks for reading and for your comments and hope I was able to clarify your questions.

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