I want to decentralize my databases and upload it to Sia Skynet to give the users the ability to search on front-end. It is important to be able to deal with large amounts of data, but the RAM-based in-browser SQL engines (MiniSearch, AlaSQL, etc) are limited.

Yeaterday I made a demo: I sorted and partitioned my key-value database into 1000 line files and I made an index for the files also. You can try out my demo here, or check it out on GitHub

So my question is that are there any better solutions for large-in-browser databases? (I don't really want to reinvent the wheel 😆)

  • I’m not sure I understand. All you do is promote Skynet. I see no question, no solution. Even your GitHub pointer contains nothing but just more promotion: not a single line of code or anything that shows how to use your service. Oct 17 '20 at 9:17
  • I’m not denigrating the Skynet service. It looks interesting. But stack exchange is NOT the place to promote it (or anything else) and definitely so blatantly. Oct 17 '20 at 9:20
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    Have you read my last line? It is a question. I don't want to promote anything, how can I ask without not showing what I want to do?
    – DaWe
    Oct 17 '20 at 9:21
  • I'm thinking about removing the Skynet link, but them the whole question loses its sense. People will not understand why this idiot wants to store a DB in static files
    – DaWe
    Oct 17 '20 at 9:23
  • @AlbertGodfrind In this question I mentioned Skynet, MiniSearch, AlaSQL, and even my repo GitHub repo. All of them are open sources and related to the question. Why is Skynet a promotion, while the others are not?
    – DaWe
    Oct 17 '20 at 9:51

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