Textdb is a free text based data sharing service for prototype apps. It lets you quickly store simple piece of text on a specified bucket by making simple HTTP request. You can then retrieve the data on other server or application by making a simple GET request. With this you can easily transfer small data between servers without creating any API key or registration. Moving data programmatically among apps and severs is very easy with this.
Textdb is basically a temporary message storing service that stores small amount of data that you can access later. It is an open source service and you can also host it on your own server or run it locally. If you are on Linux, then you can make HTTP request to save some data using cURL.
It creates an endpoint for you with any name that you provide in the POST request. To edit the data in the endpoint, you can just again make the POST request and then data there will be updated on the fly. Right now there is no password protection or key-value based saving operation.
Using this Text Based Data Sharing Service for Prototype Apps:
There is no need for you to sign up for any account in order to use it. Just fire up your terminal and use the following syntax to make a POST request. In the URL, you can specify the content type and name for your endpoint.
curl -d "TextData" -H "content-type: text/plain" https://textdb.dev/api/data/Name
curl -d "hello world" -H "content-type: text/plain" https://textdb.dev/api/data/96c39373
After you save some text on your endpoint, you can then make a simple GET request to retrieve it. Using cURL, you can use the following syntax to retrieve a piece of text that you saved earlier.
Above you can see how this service works. Just make simple HTTP requests in order to upload and retrieve data. You can use it from the terminal or you can also use it in your projects programmatically. You can use different libraries in popular programming languages such as Python, Node.js, etc.
If you are a developer and need a simple data sharing service for your app prototypes then use Textdb. This is simple and really effective. Not only apps but if you want then you can use it for any purpose. Right now there is no limit on the size of the data to be stored but in later updates maybe the maker of the tool may introduce some limits.