db-query

Create SQL queries programatically in Node.js. Loosely based on Rails' ActiveRelation.

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node-db-query

Create SQL queries programatically in Node.js. Loosely based on Rails' ActiveRelation. Works with node postgres.

Getting Started

Install the module with: npm install db-query

You'll also need to npm install pg.

Configuration

You'll need a config/database.yml that looks something like :

defaults: &defaults
  host: localhost

development:
  <<: *defaults
  database: writebox_development
  username: cheese
  password: edam

production:
  <<: *defaults
  database: writebox_production
  username: cheese
  password: camembert

And optionally a config/queries.yml that looks something like :
(Note the optional use of parameters - $1, $2 etc)

news-search:
  SELECT ts_headline(title, q, 'HighlightAll=TRUE') AS title, link, image, ts_headline(intro, q, 'HighlightAll=TRUE') AS intro
  FROM (SELECT title, link, image, intro, ts_rank_cd(tsv, q) AS rank, q FROM news, to_tsquery($1) as q
  WHERE tsv @@ q ORDER BY rank DESC OFFSET $2 LIMIT 20) AS results

news-search-count:
  SELECT count(*) FROM news WHERE tsv @@ to_tsquery($1)

news-latest:
  SELECT * FROM news LIMIT 10

And then use it like this :

// Typical connection pool
var db = require('db-query')(process.env.NODE_ENV);

// Optional separate connection pool
var dbProd = require('db-query')('production');

// Example callback
function someCallback(rows) {
  console.log('Rows : ' + rows.length);
}

// You can use callbacks and/or events

// Programmatic query - so call .execute() as the last step
db.query('news', someCallback)
  .select('*')
  .on('error', function(err) { console.log(err); })
  .on('end', function(result) { console.log(result[0]); })
  .execute();

// Named query (from your config/queries.yml file) - no need to call .execute()
// name, query parameters, optional callback
db.named('news-search', ['syria', 20], someCallback)
  .on('error', function(err) { console.log(err); })
  .on('end', function(result) { console.log(result[0]); });

// Other example stuff
var options = { id: [1,2,3,4] };
// or options = { id: '1,2,3,4' };

db2.query()
  .select('*')
  .from('users')
  .join('JOIN posts ON posts.user_id = users.id')
  .order('posts.updated_at DESC')
  .limit(10);

// Add some sample optional processing to the query
var food = 'cheese';

if (food) {
  // Get people by food
  q.join('JOIN foods ON foods.id = users.food_id')
  q.param(food);
  q.where('foods.name = ' + q.paramNo()); // This becomes : foods.name = $1
} else {
  // Get people by id(s)
  // q.ids is another form of q.param, but will join arrays and wraps the result in '{ }' braces.
  q.ids([1,2,3,4]); // q.ids('1,2,3,4'); as an alternative
  // This is using Postgres' ANY format rather than id IN blah because it's much more efficient
  q.where('id = ANY(' + q.paramNo() + '::int[])');
  // This becomes : id = ANY($1::int[]) 
}

// Prepare some event handlers and execute the query
q.on('row', function(row) { console.log(row); })
  .on('error', function(err) { console.log(err); })
  .on('end', function(data) { console.log(data); })
  .execute();

Contributing

In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using Grunt.

Release History

v0.1.0

License

Copyright (c) 2013 Mark Selby
Licensed under the MIT license.

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