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Using JSON as very lightweight database

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Using JSON as very lightweight database

>>> db = Database()
>>> db.load('output.json')   # Load database from file
>>> db.add([{                # Add items what you want to add
...   "id": "1002",
...   "type": "Chocolate"
... })
>>>'output.json', json_kwds={'indent': 4})   # Just save it into file.
// output.json
    "created_at": "2022-12-25T16:50:02.459068",
    "creator": "json_as_db",
    "data": {
        "FqkmbYFSCRCAHQWydhM69v": {
            "id": "1001",
            "type": "Regular"
        "RUJGcVBFANvNRReXa8U3En": {
            "id": "1002",
            "type": "Chocolate"
    "updated_at": "2022-12-28T16:51:36.276790",
    "version": "1.0.0"



Installing via pip:

pip install json-as-db

Installing via GitHub repository,

git clone
pip install -e json-as-db


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Welcome all contributions to the community and feel free to contribute.


Under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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