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re: ORM vs. SQL? VIEW POST

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NoSQL all the way. I know we are storing redundant data, but we have no reason to care anymore because storage is so cheap. Still a work in progress but this is a DBAL (github.com/ua1-labs/firesql) that abstracts the need for relational data. Just throw an object into the database.

 

What sort of use cases do you see for this, Joshua?

 

Every application I build for a client ends up implementing this. It's just an abstraction layer.

Is everything stored in two tables, or am I misunderstanding?

You understand it correctly! Everything is in 2 tables.

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