json-db - A lightweight database for your node.js app.

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Json-db is a lightweight database for your node.js-powered app. It uses an HTTP request to handle the data transfer and saves objects as .json files to your hard drive and comes with absolutely no dependencies. Pure Javascript. Yeah.




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