re: Choosing the right frontend database for a single page application VIEW POST

re: Thanks for your reply! I had a quick look at it, but assumed that it would be slower than it's alternatives, because there also just seems to be a ...

The case for LowDB looks to be "you're already bundling lodash into the frontend and need to do a little something stateful" which of course is not universally applicable. But that aside, disqualifying it on the grounds of a few months of inactivity isn't really reasonable -- some libraries are just mature, even in JavaScript.

You're right about that. It wasn't the main reason not use it. But I also would argue that it can be a sign that the maintainer has no or at least less interest in it. Other people might be better adjusted but I personally tend to 'improve' the software I care for even if I shouldn't :)

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