What is BedquiltDB?
BedquiltDB is an open-source PostgreSQL extension and set of code libraries, which wraps the PostgreSQL jsonb data type in a slick programmatic API inspired by NoSQL document stores.
BedquiltDB is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.
BedquiltDB is an open source tool with 255 GitHub stars and 13 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to BedquiltDB's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses BedquiltDB?
- Simple, developer-friendly programmatic API
- Easy to write clients in any programming language, as all the "smarts" are in the PostgreSQL extension
- All the power of a SQL database, including Constraints and Transactions
- Easy migration path from "loose schema" to "well defined schema" without needing to change database platform
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