I understand that locomotive.js does not force you to use any kind of database, but I would really like some examples for integration of various database systems, especially because I am fairly new to all kinds of node.js stuff and I'm just being a little nervous, that I write code that's considered bad practice or bad in this context, etc, etc.
Maybe I'm also looking in the wrong place, I mean there's a lot of ways to do things and I can probably write all this based on express or just vanilla node, so if you think I should look into [module] to do this, just tell me.
It could be very cool and beginner friendly to create some sample models and ship them in some kind of sample repository. I think it would get people started with using this cool framework a lot more than just saying: Yeah, we'll not decide this for you. You don't have to, I bet you can get people to hack sample models and connections to databases together in a blaze.
I imagine something like this:
a clonable repository with files like:
-> package name of database npm module
-> mssql (just kidding)