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Regardless of the reason, I think it’s safe to assume you can’t have an infinitely large datascript database in the browser. Does anyone have any ballpark ideas on how many datoms at a time one should try to work be working with?


based on what was discussed, isn't this a function of the client's computer?


anything that is CPU/RAM based, seems, by definition, to be based on whatever machine the client is using


let’s just say for an average web application


From that source as a rule of thumb I would recommend staying below 150-200 MB of memory. GMail takes up ~100MB of memory on Chrome for Linux, so I think that keeping up with GMail is a reasonable goal.


so then, how many datoms could fit in ~100MB of memory