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From Giovanni Lenzi <>
Subject Re: CouchDB and its (orphan) childs
Date Fri, 08 May 2015 06:58:09 GMT
And I also think that, besides smileupps, which is not an app-framework but
some sort of docker for REST apps, it would be important to mention that
couchapps, hoodie and cloudwall apps are not competitors against each
other, but instead their features and key strenghts can even be merged
using ddocs to create amazing web applications

2015-05-08 8:13 GMT+02:00 Giovanni Lenzi <>:

> Hi ermouth,
> I like your effort in telling differences between these different
> technologies and I agree to your questions. We can meet on couchdb irc
> channel and then go private.
> This could be added to the list I proposed, even I have some comments on
> Medium, so I take back that discussion from where it derailed.
> Regarding your pet, I think it powers a very intuitive ui for building and
> sharing data and apps across devices. I wish the best. But I read about its
> security weakness, and I was wondering... couldn't it be addressed somehow
> with couchapp server-side security features?
> Il giorno 07/mag/2015 20:11, "ermouth" <> ha scritto:
>> Dear colleagues,
>> I‘m going to write longread at Medium about couchapps, smileupps, hoodie
>> and cloudwall.
>> Want to compare them in terms of:
>> * overall architecture and maturity,
>> * applicability,
>> * strong and weak sides,
>> * possible future issues,
>> * tooling,
>> * maintainability,
>> * ability to scale,
>> * implied costs of ownership.
>> Kind of investigation. Please, add points I missed.
>> Also I have several qustions about Hoodie. @Jan, what is the best way to
>> ask them keeping in mind not all of them seem comfortable for Hoodie?
>> Same about Smileupps, @Giovanni, can I ask you several may be not very
>> comfortable questions?And if your answer is ‘yes’ – how can I do it?
>> And if someone here tried out, please, feel free to
>> criticize
>> – tell me what do you think about my little pet project.
>> Thanks in advance.
>> ermouth

Giovanni Lenzi
Smileupps Couchapps Store

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