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I generally default to using JSON for data interchange but there are still a myriad of formats of XML out there, for which I have created the xmltojson crate. I originally wrote this one night to help me get an XML dataset into JSON so that I could use PostgreSQL's JSONB column type, but I only recently published it to crates.io since it may be useful for others. - Source: dev.to / 4 months ago
Postgres — configured PostgreSQL container with apply migrations (by golang-migrate/migrate tool) for backend. - Source: dev.to / 5 months ago
We are not locking down our subreddit to only postgresql.org content. The PostgreSQL universe is larger than just postgresql.org. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
Finally, on the backend, we've got a simple Scala-based application, deployed on Heroku. The database is PostgreSQL, but the application is not a straightforward CRUD as you might expect, but instead uses SQL-based, transactional event sourcing. Probably overkill, but — if we ever want to create a new view basing on the events (which include e.g. Program creation in creative mode, or solving a challenge) — for... - Source: dev.to / 6 months ago
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