I was recently in the need for a simple NoSQL database that I could use for an app I was creating for a ASP.NET Core Workshop. What I was really after was something similar to SQLite. A single package I could pull into my application that did not require any external service and data stored in a single file. It didn’t take long to find LiteDB. After using it for my demo application, I had write a quick post about it. Just to shed some light for anyone in need. The project is actually really popular on GitHub, so it seems I might just be late to the party about finding out about it.
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LiteDB is serverless database delivered in a single DLL (less than 350kb) fully written in .NET C# managed code (compatible with .NET 3.5, 4.x, NETStandard 1.3 and 2.0). Install via NuGet or just copy DLL to your bin project folder.
5 thoughts to “LiteDB: Embedded .NET NoSQL Database”
Wow, what a cool project!
Coincidentally came across this project today looking for a way to store test data – it’s file storage feature solved the problem I was having (with long path names on Windows) really nicely.
its so cool . 🙂
J’ai vraiment hâte d’essayer ta librairie !!! Merci pour cet excellent travail !!