@rococtz:matrix.org Hi, Thanks for the tip I didn't know that. But right now I am just experimenting with gun, and security or other users are not a concern right now. I am running this on node, and I would like to put this on unit tests of my project so having gun running only in memory it would be nice to have. So is there a way to run this only in memory, I was checking file adapter but it seems not to work with this example, it seems only to work with radisk.
I want to use gun as a local graphdb solution (as there doesn't seem to be many out there) and gun looks great. All I really want it to do is stay in sync with a graphQL server. Presumably I will need to write an adapter, but I have 2 questions if any one if kind enough to answer. Is gun going to be overkill for just using as a local state management system, with all of the decentralization features, or will there be lots of overhead? And if not what is the easiest way to go about writing an adapter for a graphQL backend?