Yopa is a relational database for cataloging things.
The data model is user-editable through a web interface, together with the data.
There are three kinds of entities in the database: objects, relations, and properties.
Here is an example database schema that can be easily set up in Yopa:
,----quantity-----> Ingredient | - amount in the pantry | - e-shop link | Recipe ------page X-----> Book - cook time - author(s) - difficulty - year - photo URI(s)
Relations link two objects. Properties are attached either to an object, or to a relation - this makes sense for relations that need additional information, such as a page number when referencing a book.
Yopa implements four base data types: String, Integer, Decimal and Boolean. Properties may further be optional and/or multiple.
Yopa is the database engine. There can be any number of user interfaces to it. Presently,
yopa-web module provides a web interface with a built-in web server. Just run the
binary and it will open your yopa database for editing. The file is created on the first
change if it doesn't exist.