Novices Plagiarizing Mozart

    devil-db

    0.1.20 • Public • Published

    DevilDB

    DevilDB is a content management system with rich API features. The database aims to offer an all in one service for web and app developers, from data delivery to search functionality. While at the same time, the aim is that data administrators will have an ability to access the data, filtering based on their requirements and than export the data if necessary. Our main focuses are content delivery speed and developer and data-admin experience.

    The way the system works is you have dedicated tokens that can be used to perform CRUD operations. The access for each of those tokens can be set via your interface, in the settings option in the project page.

    Install it

    npm

    npm install devil-db
    
    import Devil from 'devil-db'
    

    cdn

    <script src="https://bagel.sfo2.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/devil-db/latest.min.js" type="text/javascript"/>
    
    • Initialize your API

    Every API token's access can be set indevidually, so you can rename your class instance

    var devil = new Devil({apiKey: YOUR_API_KEY, organization: YOUR_ORGANIZATION_ID, project: PROJECT_ID})
    var write = new Devil({apiKey: WRITE_ONLY_API,organization: YOUR_ORGANIZATION_ID, project: PROJECT_ID})
    

    Read Data

    read multiple items from a collection

    devil.collection("articles").get()
    

    Pagination

    The system currently offers paginaiton out of the box, 100 items per page are set to be sent by default however this can be changed with the perPage() method.

    devil.collection("articles").perPage(50).get()
    

    in order to fetch the next chunk of items in your just add the pageNumber() method where the default value

    devil.collection("articles").perPage(50).pageNumber(2).get()
    

    Single Item

    read a single item in a collection

    devil.collection("articles").item("5e89a0a573c14625b8850a05").get()
    

    Querying

    devil.collection("articles").query("articleName:The fault in our stars").get()`
    

    Search

    The DevilDB system currently offers text search only for the primary field of a collection

    devil.collection("articles").search("YOUR SEARCH TERM").get()
    

    search today is being matched by a RegEx match

    Write Data

    devil.collection("articles").post({YOUR_OBJECT})
    

    please note that your object must be structured according to your schema set in the database

    devil.collection("articles").item("ITEM_ID").put({OBJECT_CHANGES})
    

    Keywords

    Install

    npm i devil-db

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    55

    Version

    0.1.20

    License

    ISC

    Unpacked Size

    9.98 kB

    Total Files

    5

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • natanelyoung