Im figuring out what is better. For a product list and more items I think it is good to use Drupal for importing, creating articles and products and then by a Json view import it in the Ionic app. But what do use the most people here for data storage?
What I also want is some data to store local in the app which changes every week, I guess that is also possible?
It’s OK if all your data units are completely self-contained and independent of one another. I have found it a complete nightmare otherwise, because there is no concept of “transaction”. I flirted with it for a while on a few projects, but ended up going back to PostgreSQL instead.
You can deploy a website to Firebase and link Firebase app to any domain (preferably Google Domains is easy to link)… it works and it removes your hosting and SSL bills. For small web projects, I would recommend Firebase hosting option. It doesn’t need to an angular site.
“gives each transaction a “snapshot” of the database, allowing changes to be made without being visible to other transactions until the changes are committed.”
On PostgreSQL. Definitely a plus in relation to Mongo. Seeing SQL in the name gives me pause. Is php necessary for using it?
I’ve written enough ugly php files to last 2 lifetimes! Not a fan of using it