A lightweight, promise-based interface that brings ease to postgres. Postgrease is a wrapper around the node-postgres module.
npm install --save postgrease
Postgrease takes whatever you would use to initialize node-postgres: this can be a connection string, or a config object.
var db = ;var dbconfig =host: 'localhost'database: 'example'user: 'notduncansmith'port: '5432'password: 'mypassword';var connstring = 'postgres://notduncansmith:mypassword@localhost:5432/example';db;// db.configure(connstring);
All Postgrease methods return promises
All methods use parameterized queries
This is a basic promise wrapper around pg's
client.query() method. It requires one parameter,
sql, the SQL string to execute.
If you want to make a parameterized query, you can also pass a second argument,
params, which should be an array containing the values to be passed.
This is a convenience method for selecting records from a database by their
id. It takes an options object with the following properties:
params: an array of ids to select by (you need to use an array, even if you only have one id)
fields: an array of fields to select (you can select * by setting fields to
table: the name of the table to run this query against
var opts =ids: '1''2''3'fields: 'name''email'table: 'users'db;
This is like the
select method, except you pass it a field to select on.
var opts =params: 'notduncansmith'fields: 'name' 'email'searchBy: 'username'table: 'users';db;
This is a convenience method for returning all records from a table. It takes a single parameter, the name of the table you want to select from.
This method allows you to insert an object into a table. It takes two parameters, the object and the table name.
var duncan =username: 'notduncansmith'name: 'Duncan Smith'email: 'email@example.com';db;
MIT license, see LICENSE.txt for details.