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liteorm

0.9.3 • Public • Published

liteorm

A simple wrapper for sqlite; with typings based on TypeScript decorators and reflect-metadata.

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  • Async eventemitter (emittery)
    • I make sure that you can intercept query objects and raw SQL (as well as their parameters) in an async way
  • Auto-define _id as PRIMARY KEY INTEGER AUTOINCREMENT (Use _id as default name for primary key)
    • I use ROWID, instead.
  • Auto-append createdAt, updatedAt if @Table({ timestamp: true })
  • JSON, Date, Boolean, and MongoDB interop
  • Additional type StringArray, inspired by Anki schema
  • Query with JSON, and tested with https://q2search.herokuapp.com/LiteORM, using MongoDB-like languages, with some differences (for example, $regex is currently not supported, use $like, $nlike, $substr, $nsubstr instead.)
  • JSON querying is supported via JSON1 extension. I made it easy to query using dot notation, just like MongoDB.
    • So, you can use data.a
  • Multiple SQLite databases, with cloned schemas or different schemas. Strongly-typed in the IDE.

Usage

Please see /tests/suites and ankisync.js

Installation

npm i liteorm
# or yarn add liteorm 

Caveats

  • Type Number by default is associated with REAL. To change it to INTEGER, use
@prop({type: 'int'}) count!number;
  • BLOB is associated with Type ArrayBuffer.
@prop() data!ArrayBuffer;
  • To get a strongly-typed default / onUpdate, you might have to declare typing twice.
@prop<Record<string, string>>({ default: () => ({}) }) data!Record<string, string>;
@prop<number, EntryClass>({ default: 1, onUpdate: (ent) => parseToInt(ent) }) order!number;
  • You might have to declare your own interface to get keys for createdAt, updatedAt, because typing is based directly on Class.

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Install

npm i liteorm

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23

Version

0.9.3

License

MIT

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