Mortimer is an extendible REST interface for mongoose models, designed for the entire project lifecycle: from fast prototyping to advanced custom functionality.
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npm install mortimer
var bodyParser = ;var express = ;var mongoose = ;var mortimer = ;// Handle connection to mongodb and data modeling.mongoose;var BookSchema ='title': type: String'author': type: String;var Book = mongoose;// Setup http server with express.var app = ;app;app;// Setup mortimer endpoints.var resource = Book;app;app;app;app;app;app;app;app;app;// Start the http server onapp;
See more in the
/examples directory. All examples have instructions on how to run and test them.
$ vagrant up
$ npm install
./vagrant_boostrap.shfor instructions on how to setup all dependencies on a fresh ubuntu 14.04 machine.
$ npm run test
$ npm run test.
$ npm run coverageto open a browser window with the coverage report.
$ npm run docto re-generate the documentation.
$ npm run lint
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