light-orm

Super simple ORM node.js wrapper for relational databases. It does not depends on any specific driver, so you can connect to mysql, ms server and so on... Try it!

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Light-orm

Light-orm - simple ORM node.js wrapper for relational databases. It does not depends on any specific driver, so you can connect to mysql, postgresql, ms server with your favorite driver.

Your db connector (or wrapper) just should implement the interface:

interface DriverInterface {
    query(query: string, handler: (err, rows, fields) => void);
}

This interface came from node-mysql driver, as most popular option, that lets you avoid writting your wrappers to connectors.

Light-orm gives you freedom in choising your own driver. You should not any more make meet half-way between high driver performance with native realization and ORM wrapper.

Installation

npm install light-orm

Development

Light-orm is written on typescript. Look for the sources here: lib/typescript and lib/compiler. You may find there comments in jsdoc style.

Examples

Example connection (mysql):

var mysql = require('mysql'),
    lightOrm = require('light-orm');

lightOrm.driver = mysql.createConnection(require('./connection.json'));
lightOrm.driver.connect();

Create collection for table name author:

var AuthorCollection = new lightOrm.Collection('author');

Find one model:

AuthorCollection.findOne({
    id: 1
}, function(err, model) {
    console.log(model.getAll());
    //{ id: 1, name: 'James Bond', description: 'Agent 007' }
});

Find one model by sql:

AuthorCollection.findOne("SELECT * FROM `author` WHERE id = 1", function(err, model) {
    console.log(model.getAll());
    //{ id: 1, name: 'James Bond', description: 'Agent 007' }
});

Find models:

CarCollection.find({
    category_id: 5
}, function(err, models) {});

Find models by sql:

CarCollection.find({
    category_id: 5
}, function(err, models) {});

Get all attributes:

model.getAll();

Get one attribute:

model.get('name');

Set attribute:

model.set('name', 'Oleksandr Knyga');

Set attributes:

model.set({
    name: 'Oleksandr Knyga'
});

Check attribute:

model.has('name');

Clear attributes:

model.clear();

Clear one attribute:

model.clear('name');

Get custom row by sql:

AuthorCollection.findOne("SELECT COUNT(*) as `count` FROM `author` WHERE name = '" + author.name + "'", function(err, data) {
    var count = data.get('count');
});

Save:

model.create(function(err, model) {});

Update:

model.update(function(err, model) {});

Update, with custom where block:

model.update({
    pkValue: {
        id: 31
    }
}, function(err, model) {});

Update, manual pk field name:

model.update({
        pk: ['id']
}, function(err, model) {});

Delete:

model.remove(function(err, model) {});

Delete, with custom where block:

model.remove({
    pkValue: {
        id: 31
    }
}, function(err, model) {});

Delete, manual pk field name:

model.remove({
        pk: ['id']
}, function(err, model) {});

If you do not want to have model in callback, add false as last argument to remove, update, create. Like this:

model.update({
    pkValue: {
        id: 31
    }
}, function(err, model) {}, false);

Licence

Copyright 2014 Oleksandr Knyga oleksandrknyga@gmail.com

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

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