One of the coolest things about programming – and technology in general – is seeing how the community leverages the tools that we’ve got.
Sometimes, we use them for their intended purpose; other times, we build something completely new and useful (though not always).
Such is the case with SQLike…
It’s important to note that SQLike is not SQL, though it supports selects, unions, joins, deletes, updates, intersections, inserts, and more – everything you’d expect in an SQL-based language.
Still, it provides incredibly functionality when it comes to querying data on the client side.