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By that I mean as a Front End Browser Database.43 votes
There seems to be no documentation how to write good tests for realm at this moment.10 votes
As there is still no compatibility with Hermes, use of react-native-v8 (https://github.com/Kudo/react-native-v8) may be a good alternative. Considering that there is already an implementation for node.js, this could be a viable path.
Realm performs well even on older devices, but in the general context of the project it is important to have a more performance JS engine for rendering. In some cases this can be a negative factor in adopting Realm in a project.
Initial discussion here: https://github.com/realm/realm-js/issues/28758 votes
Want to know if Realm provide SDK/Plugin for Ionic App7 votes
We are limited to one query without an offset. Support for pagination is important.6 votes
Currently only react-native and node are supported.
Having tried to get the 'getting started' tutorials running I have come against a bit of a brick wall. Namely that dependencies are a nightmare.
Adding nativescript support would help to open realm to other web technologies including vue and angular.6 votes
Provide a utility that allows easier parsing of ObjectIds when they're returned to the client. As it stands, ObjectIds are returned as UInt8Arrays and cannot be readily used in the BSON.ObjectId constructor. Being able to retrieve specific items by ObjectId is necessary and the only way to do this dynamically (without knowing the hex string beforehand) is to retrieve the items and then use the returned id; however, as it stands, using the returned id is obfuscated and impractical.
I am now having to use the following workaround:
const toHexString = (bytes) =>
bytes.reduce((str, byte) => str + byte.toString(16).padStart(2, "0"),…2 votes
I'd like to see an example integrating stitch with nextjs. I'm having some issues trying to do so...2 votes
Developers will often want to logout/login a user automatically from all the open tabs/windows.
Let's say you are developing a Single Page Application using
A user journey of the app will look like this: A user logs in with
app.logIn(credentials), and opens multiple tabs/windows on the browser. Then the user clicks the "Log out" button inside one of the tabs, and switches to another tab. The app UI remains the same, but http requests will fail.
Although you might think it's a problem that each developer should tackle with, please consider to provide a native solution…1 vote
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