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The package is being proposed in Sandbox maturity level, given it's long and successful use inside Apple. Please note the Maturity Justification inside the proposal for details.
Overall +1. My only issue with the package is that it's very hard to find any examples of usage. The documentation link in package's README.md (which itself only has a few badges but no detailed description of the package) leads the main Vapor documentation page, through which to my knowledge there's no way to navigate to SQLiteNIO docs. The only examples of usage I could find so far is the SSWG proposal itself, which I discovered thanks to this proposal thread.
While there is a DocC bundle linked from Swift Package Index, that's the only place it's linked from, but I couldn't find any links to it from Vapor docs or from the package repository.
Additionally, the DocC bundle seems quite empty. A lot of types like SQLiteDatabase have no doc comments, so it's unclear how it's supposed to be used, again with only examples of usage I could find in this SSWG proposal.
Yes, for sure. SQLite is a quite important database engine for both clients and servers.
Absolutely, it's great to have a standard recommended solution for this use case.
I feel that documentation is a weak spot on the Swift side. I've previously used SQLite libraries for Node.js and those have extensive and polished API reference, tutorials, and usage examples. We're far from that unfortunately.
I'm a user of this library and I've read the proposal.
I agree the README (and DocC bundle) need some improvements, similar to how MySQLNIO and SQLiteNIO have been updated before their approvals. We should probably do something similar, especially if we're going for incubating/graduated level