We learned a lot in this chapter about data storage in Node. It's of course a key feature to many kinds of applications, so let's review what we learned:
- Node doesn't include built-in support for data storage engines, but the Node community has developed modules interfacing with more data storage engines than you knew existed
- Installing a data storage engine module probably means installing dependencies such as servers and client libraries
- SQLite3 is a no setup, no configuration required way to develop SQL applications
- A nearly identical web application can drive either SQL or MongoDB data storage
- ORM techniques are probably best used atop SQL data storage, but the community has developed ORMs for MongoDB and CouchDB anyway
- How to implement ...