The database is an important aspect of any application. They help in storing and managing different data generated by the application. The data extracted from the website can be vast so having a good database that can handle as well as manage it is quite important.
Choosing the right database for your project can be confusing. Sometimes, you want to stick with the database you know other times you want to explore more for better features. It can also depend on the kind of project. Whether you're looking for a simple database solution for a small project or a robust system for a complex enterprise-level application, this article will provide you with the information and insights you need to make an informed decision.
So, today we are going to look into some databases that I have used in my application. Let's get started.
Get your ideas to market faster with a developer data platform built on the leading modern database. MongoDB makes working with data easy.
You can use the database as a locally hosted database. I prefer using Atlas versions as it the hosted on the web. It makes it easy to config and can be used by any device. I will recommend you use atlas, if you haven't tried it yet.
Whether you are building an application from scratch or migrating to a more scaleable database, MongoDB is a great choice for both kinds of projects. It is quite flexible and will provide you with high performance.
PlanetScale is the MySQL-compatible, serverless database platform.
PlanetScale is a relatively new database platform that supports SQL. It will provide you with a serverless database for your project. It is based on Vitess which is an open-source database system. You can branch your database just like you do with your code on Git. This will help you in managing the data more effectively. The monitoring of the data is quite instant.
The Open Source Alternative to Firebase.
They have GUI and SQL versions for showing the database. You can look into the table or make a query in the SQL as per your requirement. I have been using the Supabase for Auth and now I also started using it for databse. It is quite easy to use and does not complicate the codebase.
Fauna combines the flexibility of NoSQL with the relational querying capabilities and ACID consistency of SQL systems — with native GraphQL and delivered as a cloud API so you don’t have to worry about operations.
FaunaDB is a serverless, cloud-native database management styement. It is a NoSQL database. FaunaDB also provides a flexible data model that supports multiple data structures, including documents, graphs, and key-value pairs, making it a good choice for a wide range of use cases.
FaunaDB also provides a flexible data model that supports multiple data structures, including documents, graphs, and key-value pairs, making it a good choice for a wide range of use cases. Its cloud-native design makes it easy to deploy and scale.
Prisma is a next-generation Node.js and TypeScript ORM for PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQL Server, SQLite, MongoDB, and CockroachDB. It provides type-safety, automated migrations, and an intuitive data model.
Prisma is a database toolkit that provides an API for accessing the database. It provides a type-safe and efficient way to interact with your database. It acts as an abstraction layer between the code and the database. It supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLlite.
Overall, Prisma is not a database management system but it provides a toolkit for working with the database. It is generating quite a buzz among web and mobile application developers.
Whether you're looking for a simple solution for a small project or a robust system for a complex enterprise-level application, there is an awesome database out there that is perfect for your project. We have gone through some of the awesome databse that is available. All the databse are quite easy to implement in your application.
I hope this list of the database has helped in finding some awesome databse for your next project. Thanks for reading the article.