A PouchDB plugin for partial updates that uses the every-doc-is-a-delta storage pattern. You can use delta pouch to enable conflict-free collaborative editing of the same docs.
var db = 'pages';// Create a new pagedb;
Note: if you tried something similar with the
db.put() built into pouchdb, the url attribute would be blanked out.
To use this plugin, include it after
pouchdb.js in your HTML page:
Or to use it in Node.js, just npm install it:
npm install delta-pouch
And then attach it to the
var PouchDB = ;PouchDB;
Fetch all docs
Delta pouch stores every change as a doc. The cleanup() function removes any changes that are no longer needed and should probably be run via a periodic background process like a node cron job. It is not necessary to use the cleanup() function, but it is advisable as it reduces unneeded syncing and data storage.
Listen for events
var oldDoc = $id: 123 url: 'google.com' views: 0 ;var newDoc = url: 'google.com' views: 1 ;db;
Note: you must have couchdb installed and Admin Party enabled
npm install npm run dev
Visit the target example in your browser, e.g. http://127.0.0.1:8001/examples/websites
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