According to the remote storage protocol, there are 3 types of application/software:
In hosted web stacks such as LAMP, .Net, Ruby on Rails, Django, etc…, the developer hosts the app and data, while the user controls device.
In 100% client-side apps that use CouchDB, Hoodie, Firebase, Parse, Kinto, etc…, the developer provides the app and data, while user controls the device.
In 100% client-side apps that use remoteStorage, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc…, the developer provides only the app, while the user controls the device and data.
What Baserow architecture was created and why?