All data on Light DB is stored as JSON like objects. You can think of it as a cloud-hosted JSON tree.
There are no concepts of tables or records. When you add data to the JSON tree, it becomes a node in the existing JSON structure with an associated key. You can set any arbitrary keys and values inside that tree.
Let's consider an Asset Tracking application were each device tracks the GPS position of a given asset and there is also a geofence that can be set up on the device to trigger an alert.
The device can post data to the
cell paths so we can monitor it's position and connectivity status and on the other side, an external party can set the geofence and the device can read that as an configuration, so it can use that information to calculate either if is
outside of the given geofence.