Slacker Databases Break All The Rules

By on March 24, 2009 12:20 pm

At first glance, the Persevere database looks like most of the others. You push pairs of keys and values into it, and it stores them away. But that’s just the beginning. Persevere provides a well-established hierarchy for objects that makes it possible to add much more structure to your database, giving it much of the form that we traditionally associate with the last generation of databases. Persevere is more of a back-end storage facility for JavaScript objects created by AJAX toolkits like Dojo, a detail that makes sense given that some of the principal developers work for SitePen, a consulting group with a core group of Dojo devotees.

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