Every project you do will have data and eventually you’re going to need to store that data somewhere.
And config files are such a pain to manage (and also so early 2000s) so as much as possible I try to use a database or some unit of storage.
And like anything you build, once you start building it, it takes on a life of it’s own that you twist and turn and wrench into something useful until one day you look at it and go – maybe storing our configuration in a 25,000 line XML file wasn’t the best idea?
So if it’s going to be a bad idea down the road, why not start doing the right thing from the get go – enter LiteDb.
LiteDb is an incredibly easy to use,