LokiJS Announces the Release of Version 1.4

By HTMLGoodies Staff

Loki, of course named after Norse mythology's god of pranks, now supports collections in a similar way to MongoDB and supporting field indexing for faster document access, and saves data to disk in JSON, making data portable. Loki originally started life as a solution for storing data on phonegap/cordova apps, but as Minichino rejected SQLite as "too cumbersome" for what he needed for Loki. If you're working in JavaScript, with JavaScript objects and object literals, translating them into tables can be a pain, Minichino says, so Loki created as a component to take objects and serialise to JSON on the local filesystem, so developers reload the data in following work sessions. Read the full story here.

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