Querybase - Bringing the where statement to the Firebase Database.

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Querybase takes a Firebase Database reference with a list of fields to create composite keys. You can only use up to three fields. Any more would create a crazy amount of composite keys in the database. Querybase also provides rich querying methods for single fields.

https://github.com/davideast/Querybase

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firebase : ^3.6.1

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