LevelUp adapter for ACL
$ npm install node_acl_pouchdb
You can get started by simply creating a new PouchDB instance with the backing store of your choice, whether it is remote, local, WebSQL, SQLite, or LevelDB. LevelDB is the default with node.js, so you can use MemDOWN for an in memory solution such as the following:
// PouchDBvar PouchDB = ;var memdown = ;var db = 'acl' db : memdown;var Acl = ;var acl = db 'acl';// guest is allowed to view blogsacl
Currently, due to sequencing issues within the NODE ACL project, the batch processing of allowing resources is not supported, such as the following:
Instead, the nested approach is the only approach which works.
This can be of course alleviated by such modules as async.
var async = ;async;
Or even RxJS.
var Rx = ;var allow = RxObservable;var source = RxObservable;source
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