Enhancing your Rails app with SQLite | Fractaled Mind
One of the reasons people hesitate to use SQLite in their Ruby on Rails applications, in my opinion, is a fear that they will miss certain features they are accustomed to from PostgeSQL or MySQL. As discussed in an earlier post, we can load SQLite extensions into our Rails applications to enhance the functionality of SQLite. Moreover, today I want to show you that it is possible to build on top of SQLite’s primitives to provide matching behavior for one of my favorite features of Postgres—array columns.
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