pouchdb-find - Easy-to-use query language for PouchDB. ⚠️ NOTICE ⚠️: moved to the PouchDB repo

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Provides a simple, MongoDB-inspired query language that accomplishes the same thing as the map/reduce API, but with far less code. Eventually this will replace PouchDB's map/reduce API entirely. You'll still be able to use map/reduce, but it will be distributed as a separate plugin.

http://nolanlawson.github.io/pouchdb-find/
https://github.com/nolanlawson/pouchdb-find

Dependencies:

argsarray : 0.0.1
debug : ^2.1.0
inherits : ^2.0.1
is-array : ^1.0.1
pouchdb-collate : ^1.2.0
pouchdb-extend : ^0.1.2
pouchdb-promise : 5.4.0
pouchdb-upsert : ~2.0.1
spark-md5 : 2.0.2

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