johodb

HTML5 Offline Storage Abstraction for IndexedDB & WebSQL

JohoDB

JohoDB is an abstraction library strictly for browser supported databases. It allows the developer to build a relational database for use on the client, completely independant of any server calls. JohoDB currently supports IndexedDB and WebSQL, which allows it to support the following browsers:

Using Browserify:

npm install johodb

var JohoDB = require('johodb');

If you just want a static file you can use on the client, use ./build/johodb.js

Full Documentation: http://johodb.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

  • Safari 3.1+
  • Opera 10.5+
  • Chrome 4.0+
  • Firefox 16.0+
  • Internet Explorer 10.0+
  • iOS Safari 3.2+
  • Android 2.1+
  • Chrome for Android 35+
  • Blackberry 7.0+
  • Opera Mobile 11.0+
  • Firefox for Android 29.0+
  • IE Mobile 10.0+

Local storage is not and will never be supported by JohoDB. It is merely a key value store and any attempt at implementation would be horribly inefficient, and looking to the future this browser support level is adequate for the purposes JohoDB is meant for, namely complex web applications.

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