q-orm

Promise-based wrapper for node-orm2

This lib supplies promise-returning methods for your habitual node-orm2 objects:

var orm = require('orm');
var qOrm = require('q-orm');
 
return qOrm.qConnect('mysql://username:password@host/database')
.then(function (db) {
 
var Person = db.qDefine("person", {
name      : String,
surname   : String,
age       : Number,
male      : Boolean,
continent : [ "Europe", "America", "Asia", "Africa", "Australia", "Antartica" ], // ENUM type 
photo     : Buffer, // BLOB/BINARY 
data      : Object // JSON encoded 
}, {
methods: {
fullNamefunction () {
return this.name + ' ' + this.surname;
}
},
validations: {
age: orm.enforce.ranges.number(18, undefined, "under-age")
}
});
 
return Person.qAll({ surname: "Doe" })
.then(function (people) {
// SQL: "SELECT * FROM person WHERE surname = 'Doe'" 
 
console.log("People found: %d", people.length);
console.log("First person: %s, age %d", people[0].fullName(), people[0].age);
 
people[0].age = 16;
return people[0].qSave()
.fail(function (err) {
console.log(err.stack);
});
});
})
.fail(function (err) {
throw err;
});
  • qOrm.qConnect, qOrm.qExpress
  • db.qDefine, db.qExecQuery, db.qSync, db.qDrop
  • Model.qCreate, Model.qGet, Model.qOne, Model.qAll, Model.qCount, Model.qHasOne, Model.qHasMany, Model.qFind
  • instance.qSave, instance.qRemove, instance.qValidate
  • instance.qGetAssociatedModel, etc.
  • All methods inherit their habitual parameters from their callback-based counterparts. (Behind the scenes, we use Q.nbind.)
  • This is very beta! Works on my application (it's been tested extensively in there), but does not have its own unit tests yet.
  • Features such as orm.enforce, orm.eq, etc. are not wrapped. If you need them (such as in the example), you have to require('orm') as well.
  • Tests
  • More examples
  • Better README