A webdev platform built entirely in PostgreSQL ↦
Under the hood, Aquameta is a “datafied” web stack, built entirely in PostgreSQL. The structure of a typical web framework is represented in Aquameta as big database schema with 6 postgreSQL schemas containing ~60 tables, ~50 views and ~90 stored procedures. Apps developed in Aquameta are represented entirely as relational data, and all development, at an atomic level, is some form of data manipulation. Also in theory. And mostly in practice.
This is super experimental, but what a cool idea. Eric Hanson’s been at it it off-and-on for 20 years now…
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