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How to Build a Real-Time Crypto Dashboard with HarperDB


I recently helped a friend out with a project and wanted to show how I accomplished building a straightforward dynamic dashboard to display cryptocurrency prices and news articles about the market for them. I once again chose to use HarperDB, as it made powering this project incredibly easy since it handles all of the hosting, storage, … Continued

MEAN Stack Alternative: More Power with Less Stack


Technology stacks like LAMP, MEAN, and MERN have been a boon to developer productivity. With just four components you have everything you need to develop web applications quickly and easily. And while these stacks do provide a robust framework out of the box, they are not without complexity, and aren’t always designed to scale. As … Continued

20+ Best HarperDB Tutorials


HarperDB is quickly becoming the database of choice for developers and enterprise organizations alike. HarperDB is a data and application platform that is independent of hardware and network providers, completely agnostic of where it resides, and peer-to-peer. It can handle 20k writes/second and 120k reads/second for a single node, with global data replication in under … Continued

Build a Dynamic REST API with Custom Functions


I’m a new software developer here at HarperDB. So like many of you visiting the blog, I’ve got fresh eyes on this product. Two weeks ago, my sights were set on HarperDB’s newest feature, Custom Functions. My task was to create a plug-and-play REST API template with our Custom Functions. As you read this I … Continued

HarperDB is Collapsing the Stack: Introducing Custom Functions


Introducing the newest innovation from HarperDB: HarperDB Custom Functions. With the release of HarperDB 3.1 users are able to define their own API endpoints within HarperDB. What does that mean for you? HarperDB grows from a distributed database to a distributed application development platform with integrated persistence – one that can serve as a single solution for … Continued