Val Town Adapter for lowdb

@std/blob is used as a lowdb sync.

See @pomdtr/lowdb_example for example usage.

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import { blob } from "https://esm.town/v/std/blob?v=10";
import { Low } from "npm:lowdb@7.0.1";
class Blob<Data> {
readonly key: string;
constructor(key: string) {
this.key = key;
}
async read(): Promise<Data> {
const data = await blob.getJSON(this.key);
return data;
}
async write(data: Data) {
await blob.setJSON(this.key, data);
}
}
async function BlobPreset<Data>(key: string, initialData: Data) {
const db = new Low(new Blob<Data>(key), initialData);
await db.read();
return db;
}
export { Blob, BlobPreset };
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