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Okay, so I recently created my first website in Vue, using json placeholder to mimic a database, as I only wanted to test the functionality. I successfully deployed my site to browser, and want to make it fully functional. Therefore, I have to make my database persistent, instead of just mimicking one like json placeholder.

Ideally what I would like to do is be able to simply upload my db.json file somewhere, and be able to post to and pull from it in the same way as I could with json placeholder. If anyone knows a site that will do this, that would be perfect. If not, could someone point me to a straightforward guide for setting it up?

  • Did my answer help you? – Ace Nov 1 '19 at 16:11
  • Yeah it worked great thank you – D1gitalTaco Jan 17 at 19:56
  • Awesome. Glad I could help. – Ace Jan 17 at 20:03
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I believe you would be interested in Cloud Firestore, a noSQL cloud database that stores data in a json-like format and allows you to use it like a regular JS object once retrieved. It's free for non high volume usage and you can see and interact with your database through a web interface.

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