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meaning of "in-memory" #749
I usually don't open the same issue twice, but I'm afraid it might go unnoticed on StackOverflow, so here goes:
LokiJS says it's an:
But I don't understand what "in-memory" means. How is "in-memory" indexedDB different from regular indexedDB? 🧐
As I'm under the impression that usually "in-memory" means non-persistent.
So you mean to say instead of writing and reading directly from the indexedDB Loki would first load the DB into RAM and work from there? Then sometimes push changes back to the actual indexedDB?
Is this better to how a library like Dexie works? I’m trying to choose which one to learn and use.
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For anyone come looking for extra information on this. The introduction on YouTube is also helpful:
Also be sure to check out this StackOverflow question & answer: