This library allows you to build both in-browser and node.js applications, that access rqlite. You can check it out on GitHub.
Bjarne Stroustrup has another very interesting paper on his website. Titled Software Development for Infrastructure, it discusses some key ideas for building software that has “…more stringent correctness, reliability, efficiency, and maintainability requirements than non-essential applications.” It is not a long paper, but offers useful observations and guidelines for building such software systems.
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Something just doesn’t feel right about node.js.
After coding in it for almost a year, it’s been fun, but I’ve decided it’s just a waypoint to somewhere better.
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So far coding in Go has been fun. It comes with nice functionality that lets you know that the Go team really have been writing system software (useful stuff like this, and this). And then I read about the Go Memory Model, and had my consciousness raised.
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