Database - Get started
If you’re a developer who’s written any applications other than a Hello World, chances are you need to persist data. And very often, you need to store the data on a database server so that the data can be synchronized across a wide range of devices. However, setting up a back-end database server isn’t a walk in the park, especially for developers who are already grappling with the business logic and the various ever-changing front-end technologies. Fortunately, you don’t have to set up your own database server just for that purpose. You can use the CodeMash Database service, which allows you to store your data on the cloud, thereby allowing you to focus on building responsive apps that are able to work both online and offline.
To get started with the CodeMash Database you need to enable database module first.
It’s important to choose an initial location where your database will be persisted. Think about the project market you are going to conquer. It’s important to have low-latency timespan when you hit a database with various requests. We will take care of the rest.
By frankly clicking “Next” button you located the database and you are ready to flood it with your data. Check it out our Visual Builder tool to create any type of structure and start collecting data that can be served to your end-users.