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ngx-indexed-db is a service that wraps IndexedDB database in an Angular service combined with the power of observables.

Installation

$ npm install ngx-indexed-db

OR

$ yarn add ngx-indexed-db

Usage

Import the NgxIndexedDBModule and initiate it:

import { NgxIndexedDBModule } from 'ngx-indexed-db';

const dbConfig: DBConfig  = {
  name: 'MyDb',
  version: 1,
  objectStoresMeta: [{
    store: 'people',
    storeConfig: { keyPath: 'id', autoIncrement: true },
    storeSchema: [
      { name: 'name', keypath: 'name', options: { unique: false } },
      { name: 'email', keypath: 'email', options: { unique: false } }
    ]
  }]
};

@NgModule({
  ...
  imports: [
    ...
    NgxIndexedDBModule.forRoot(dbConfig)
  ],
  ...
})

Migrations

import { NgxIndexedDBModule, DBConfig } from 'ngx-indexed-db';

// Ahead of time compiles requires an exported function for factories
export function migrationFactory() {
  // The animal table was added with version 2 but none of the existing tables or data needed
  // to be modified so a migrator for that version is not included.
  return {
    1: (db, transaction) => {
      const store = transaction.objectStore('people');
      store.createIndex('country', 'country', { unique: false });
    },
    3: (db, transaction) => {
      const store = transaction.objectStore('people');
      store.createIndex('age', 'age', { unique: false });
    }
  };
}

const dbConfig: DBConfig  = {
  name: 'MyDb',
  version: 3,
  objectStoresMeta: [{
    store: 'people',
    storeConfig: { keyPath: 'id', autoIncrement: true },
    storeSchema: [
      { name: 'name', keypath: 'name', options: { unique: false } },
      { name: 'email', keypath: 'email', options: { unique: false } }
    ]
  }, {
    // animals added in version 2
    store: 'animals',
    storeConfig: { keyPath: 'id', autoIncrement: true },
    storeSchema: [
      { name: 'name', keypath: 'name', options: { unique: true } },
    ]
  }],
  // provide the migration factory to the DBConfig
  migrationFactory
};

@NgModule({
  ...
  imports: [
    ...
    NgxIndexedDBModule.forRoot(dbConfig)
  ],
  ...
})

NgxIndexedDB service

Import and inject the service:

import { NgxIndexedDBService } from 'ngx-indexed-db';

...
  export class AppComponent {
    constructor(private dbService: NgxIndexedDBService){
    }
  }

API

We cover several common methods used to work with the IndexedDB

add(storeName: string, value: T, key?: any): Observable<T & {id: any}>

Adds new entry in the store and returns item added

  • @param storeName The name of the store to add the item
  • @param value The entry to be added
  • @param key The optional key for the entry

It publishes in the observable the key value of the entry

this.dbService
  .add('people', {
    name: `Bruce Wayne`,
    email: `bruce@wayne.com`,
  })
  .subscribe((key) => {
    console.log('key: ', key);
  });

In the previous example I'm using undefined as the key because the key is configured in the objectStore as auto-generated.

bulkAdd(storeName: string, values: Array<T & { key?: any }>): Observable<number[]>

Adds new entries in the store and returns its key

  • @param storeName The name of the store to add the item
  • @param values The entries to be added containing optional key attribute
this.dbService
  .bulkAdd('people', [
    {
      name: `charles number ${Math.random() * 10}`,
      email: `email number ${Math.random() * 10}`,
    },
    {
      name: `charles number ${Math.random() * 10}`,
      email: `email number ${Math.random() * 10}`,
    },
  ])
  .subscribe((result) => {
    console.log('result: ', result);
  });

bulkDelete(storeName: string, keys: Key[]): Observable<number[]>

Delete multiple items in the store

  • @param storeName The name of the store to delete the items
  • @param keys The entries keys to be deleted
  this.dbService.bulkDelete('people', [5, 6]).subscribe((result) => {
    console.log('result: ', result);
  });

bulkGet(storeName: string, keys: Array): Observable<T[]>

Retrieve multiple entries in the store

  • @param storeName The name of the store to retrieve the items
  • @param keys The ids entries to be retrieve
this.dbService.bulkGet('people', [1, 3, 5]).subscribe((result) => {
    console.log('results: ', result);
  });

bulkPut(storeName: string, values: Array<T & { key?: any }>): Observable<number[]>

Adds or updates a record in store with the given value and key. Return all items present in the store

  • @param storeName The name of the store to update
  • @param items The values to update in the DB

@Return The return value is an Observable with the primary key of the object that was last in given array

@error If the call to bulkPut fails the transaction will be aborted and previously inserted entities will be deleted

this.dbService.bulkPut('people', people).subscribe((result) => {
  console.log('result: ', result);
});

update(storeName: string, value: T): Observable<T[]>

Adds or updates a record in store with the given value and key. Return item updated

  • @param storeName The name of the store to update
  • @param value The new value for the entry
this.dbService
  .update('people', {
    id: 1,
    email: 'luke@skywalker.com',
    name: 'Luke Skywalker',
  })
  .subscribe((storeData) => {
    console.log('storeData: ', storeData);
  });

getByKey(storeName: string, key: IDBValidKey): Observable

Returns entry by key.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to query
  • @param key The entry key
this.dbService.getByKey('people', 1).subscribe((people) => {
  console.log(people);
});

getAll(storeName: string): Observable<T[]>

Return all elements from one store

  • @param storeName The name of the store to select the items
this.dbService.getAll('people').subscribe((peoples) => {
  console.log(peoples);
});

getByIndex(storeName: string, indexName: string, key: IDBValidKey): Observable

Returns entry by index.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to query
  • @param indexName The index name to filter
  • @param key The entry key.
this.dbService.getByIndex('people', 'name', 'Dave').subscribe((people) => {
  console.log(people);
});

createObjectStore(storeSchema: ObjectStoreMeta, migrationFactory?: () => { [key: number]: (db: IDBDatabase, transaction: IDBTransaction) => void }): void

Allows to crate a new object store ad-hoc

  • @param storeName The name of the store to be created
  • @param migrationFactory The migration factory if exists
const storeSchema: ObjectStoreMeta = {
  store: 'people',
  storeConfig: { keyPath: 'id', autoIncrement: true },
  storeSchema: [
    { name: 'name', keypath: 'name', options: { unique: false } },
    { name: 'email', keypath: 'email', options: { unique: false } },
  ],
};

this.dbService.createObjectStore(storeSchema);

count(storeName: string, keyRange?: IDBValidKey | IDBKeyRange): Observable

Returns the number of rows in a store.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to query
  • @param keyRange The range value and criteria to apply.
this.dbService.count('people').subscribe((peopleCount) => {
  console.log(peopleCount);
});

deleteObjectStore(storeName: string): Observable

Delete the store by name, return true or false.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to query
this.dbService.deleteObjectStore(this.storneNameToDelete);

delete(storeName: string, key: Key): Observable<T[]>

Returns all items from the store after delete.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to have the entry deleted
  • @param key The key of the entry to be deleted
this.dbService.delete('people', 3).subscribe((allPeople) => {
  console.log('all people:', allPeople);
});

deleteByKey(storeName: string, key: Key): Observable

Returns true if the delete completes successfully.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to have the entry deleted
  • @param key The key of the entry to be deleted
this.dbService.deleteByKey('people', 3).subscribe((status) => {
  console.log('Deleted?:', status);
});

openCursor(storeName: string, keyRange?: IDBKeyRange, direction?: IDBCursorDirection): Observable

Returns the open cursor event

  • @param storeName The name of the store to have the entries deleted
  • @param keyRange The key range which the cursor should be open on
  • @param direction IDB Cursor Direction to work with, default to next
this.dbService.openCursor('people', IDBKeyRange.bound("A", "F")).subscribe((evt) => {
    var cursor = (evt.target as IDBOpenDBRequest).result;
    if(cursor) {
        console.log(cursor.value);
        cursor.continue();
    } else {
        console.log('Entries all displayed.');
    }
});

openCursorByIndex(storeName: string, indexName: string, keyRange: IDBKeyRange, direction?: IDBCursorDirection, mode?: DBMode): Observable

Open a cursor by index filter.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to query.
  • @param indexName The index name to filter.
  • @param keyRange The range value and criteria to apply on the index.
  • @param direction IDB Cursor Direction to work with, default to next
  • @param mode DB Mode to work with, default to readonly
this.dbService.openCursorByIndex('people', 'name', IDBKeyRange.only('john')).subscribe((evt) => {
    var cursor = (evt.target as IDBOpenDBRequest).result;
    if(cursor) {
        console.log(cursor.value);
        cursor.continue();
    } else {
        console.log('Entries all displayed.');
    }
});

getAllByIndex(storeName: string, indexName: string, keyRange: IDBKeyRange): Observable<T[]>

Returns all items by an index.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to query
  • @param indexName The index name to filter
  • @param keyRange The range value and criteria to apply on the index.
this.dbService.getAllByIndex('people', 'name', IDBKeyRange.only('john')).subscribe((allPeopleByIndex) => {
  console.log('All: ', allPeopleByIndex);
});

getDatabaseVersion(): Observable

Returns the current database version.

this.dbService.getDatabaseVersion().pipe(
  tap(response => console.log('Versione database => ', response)),
  catchError(err => {
    console.error('Error recover version => ', err);
    return throwError(err);
  })
).subscribe();

clear(storeName: string): Observable

Returns true if successfully delete all entries from the store.

  • @param storeName The name of the store to have the entries deleted
this.dbService.clear('people').subscribe((successDeleted) => {
  console.log('success? ', successDeleted);
});

deleteDatabase(): Observable

Returns true if successfully delete the DB.

this.dbService.deleteDatabase().subscribe((deleted) => {
  console.log('Database deleted successfully: ', deleted);
});

License

Released under the terms of the MIT License.

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