PouchDB is an in-browser datastore inspired by CouchDB. It enables applications to store data locally while offline, then synchronize it with CouchDB.
hapi is a rich framework for building applications and services, enabling developers to focus on writing reusable application logic and not waste time with infrastructure logic. You can load hoodie as a hapi plugin to use it in your existing hapi application.
Hoodie isn’t a CMS, but a backend for web apps, and as such, it is very much centered around users. All of the offline and sync features are specific to each individual user’s data, and each user’s data is encapsulated from that of all others by default. This allows Hoodie to easily know what to sync between a user’s clients and the server: simply all of the user’s private data.
Private User Store
Every user signed up with your Hoodie app has their private little database. Anything you do in the hoodie.store methods stores data in here.