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Wed Dec 7 14:01:41 EST 2016
Alex Tweedly wrote:
> On 07/12/2016 17:13, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>> If your data can be well expressed with key-value pairs, use arrays
>> locally, and a key-value store like CouchDB or MondgoDB for servers
>> (I hear there's a great library available for using CouchDB in LC
> Could you perhaps say more about that ?
> Where can it be found ?
It's Greg's ("Pink"); I was having fun with him because of course I know
he knows about it. :)
He's done some fine work on it. There's a forum thread about it, which
includes a link to the Github repo:
> P.S. yes, I did look first :-) Google only found me a couple of
> forum/uselist threads telling me why I shouldn't want this :-)
Lots of good fodder in the SQL-vs-nonSQL debate.
My favorite is Sarah Mei's oft-cited blog post, "Why You Should Never
She raises some excellent points, told with real-word stories to back
'em up, and I agree with everything she wrote.
I still use key-value stores where they're a good fit, but at least I'm
aware of the trade-offs.
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