Secondary indexes for leveldb.
Create 2 indexes on top of a posts database.
var level = ;var Secondary = ;var sub = ;var db =;var posts = db;// add a title indexpostsbyTitle = ;// add a length index// append the post.id for unique indexes with possibly overlapping valuespostsbyLength =;posts;
Return a secondary index that either indexes property
name or uses a custom
reduce function to map values to indexes.
Get the value that has been indexed with
Create a readable stream that has indexes as keys and indexed data as values.
What used to be
db = ;
dbbyName = ;
Also hooks are used, so it works perfectly with batches across multiple sublevels.
With npm do:
npm install level-secondary
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