html-db version: 0.0.1-AE-DEV-BETA
Project URL: https://glitch.com/edit/#!/html-db?path=package.json:13:99
Bit.ly URL: http://bit.ly/html_db
Yarn URL: https://yarnpkg.com/en/package/html-db
Unpkg URL: https://email@example.com-AD/
Github URL: PERM
NPM URL: https://www.npmjs.com/package/html-db
If Project URL does not work, use the Bit.ly URL
- samsung internet
- internet explorer
- ethernet - internet explorer
my project is about an html database system, and it works much better than using fs, it is staged and configured using webpack and not hosted.
to help develop this very big project (across all languages glitch can run), we need some helpers, if you want to help out, come on every thursday at 12:00 PM EST and we will choose 5 users to assist in the project, this will occur each week, until august 21st, and then a different schedule will be given.
each user who helps out will be removed after the 1 week assistance period so no bad stuff happens in our good community of glitch.com
as of august 10th: * public license will by released * community databases will be released * unpkg client for database viewing released ? as of august 21st: * every tuesday at 3:25 PM EST * 6 users will be chosen to assist in the project * the one week time will be cut down to only 5 days * helpers will work on their sole part, and help no one else, unless the other user is working on the same thing as the helper * sql servers will be up and running, so the database will always have a backup on a website * c++ will be fully implemented, and allow for the access to fs without errors
if you want to help suggest items, be sure to check the FIRST reply to this post, it will be edited often to give updates, and suggestions to assist us with.
credit to foundations & companies:
NodeJS, the runtime we all love so much!
J-Tech Foundation, improving your tech of tomorrow,
and lastly, those kind staff at the glitch offices in nyc allowing us to host our scripts and bots and whatever we would like on their site!
- i own J-Tech, anyone who does not follow GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Apache license3.0 will be charged by fines from $250-$500
- if you do not follow the 3.0 rules and regulations, the glitch team will also have a right to fine you a legal amount
- J-Tech has a higher fine amount maximum due to cellular services and internet access altogether
ADDED: babel translate, how to use wiki, app for database viewing, official commonjs version
NOT ADDED: roast mode
adding comparison back when i feel like it… too annoying for “misguidance”