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Crux Key-Value Store capability
This crate contains the
KeyValue capability, which can be used to ask the Shell to read from, and write to, a key-value store.
For an example of how to use the capability, see the integration test.
About Crux Capabilities
Crux capabilities teach Crux how to interact with the shell when performing side effects. They do the following:
- define a
Requeststruct to instruct the Shell how to perform the side effect on behalf of the Core
- define a
Responsestruct to hold the data returned by the Shell after the side effect has completed
- declare one or more convenience methods for invoking the Shell's capability, each of which creates a
Command(describing the effect and its continuation) that Crux can "execute"
Note that because Swift has no namespacing, there is currently a requirement to ensure that
Responseare unambiguously named (e.g.
A basic Key-Value store for use with Crux
crux_kv allows Crux apps to store and retrieve arbitrary data by asking the Shell to
persist the data using platform native capabilities (e.g. disk or web localStorage)
This is still work in progress and extremely basic.