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    An easy, beginner-friendly PostgreSQL database wrapper similar to quick.db.


    • Near identical syntax to quick.db
    • Never worry about constant database corruptions again
    • Fully flexible, uses pg internally
    • Relies on ES6 promises (async/await, .then())

    If you don't know about quick.db, quickpostgres also has:

    • Persistent storage - all data is stored on your PostgreSQL database
    • Easy to setup - All you need is a PostgreSQL database to setup
    • Beginner friendly - Use simple syntax with dot notation
    • No learning curve - 0 learning curve if you're coming from quick.db or quickmongo


    You can easily install quickpostgres using your preferred package manager.

    npm install quickpostgres
    # or
    yarn add quickpostgres
    # or
    pnpm add quickpostgres


    • Node.js 14 or above
    • A PostgreSQL database


    Quickpostgres has similar (if not almost identical) syntax to quick.db. You can refer to their documentation if you are getting stuck.

    Note: Quickpostgres is built on top of promises, meaning you need to resolve them first using .then() or await to get their returned data.

    // Import quickpostgres
    const { Client } = require("quickpostgres");
    // Create a new client using the default values on localhost
    const dbUrl = "postgresql://postgres:<password>@localhost:5432/postgres";
    const db = new Client(dbUrl);
    (async () => {
      // Connect to your client
      await db.connect();
      // Setting an object in the database:
      await db.set("userInfo", { difficulty: "Easy" });
      // => { difficulty: "Easy" }
      // Pushing an element to an array (that doesn't exist yet) in an object:
      await db.push("userInfo.items", "Sword");
      // => { difficulty: "Easy", items: ["Sword"] }
      // Adding to a number (that doesn't exist yet) in an object:
      await db.add("userInfo.balance", 500);
      // => { difficulty: "Easy", items: ["Sword"], balance: 500 }
      // Repeating previous examples:
      await db.push("userInfo.items", "Watch");
      // => { difficulty: "Easy", items: ["Sword", "Watch"], balance: 500 }
      await db.add("userInfo.balance", 500);
      // => { difficulty: "Easy", items: ["Sword", "Watch"], balance: 1000 }
      // Fetching individual properties
      await db.get("userInfo.balance"); // => 1000
      await db.get("userInfo.items"); // ["Sword", "Watch"]
      // End the database connection
      await db.end();


    For now, please use GitHub discussions if you need any support.

    I may consider opening a Discord support server soon, but this is not guranteed.


    You must adhere to the code of conduct when interacting within the quickpostgres repository.

    If you spot a bug or you have a feature request, please open a GitHub issue, or if you'd like to write some code, you can open a pull request.

    If you spot a security vulnerability, please contact me.


    • Some users consider quick.db non-suitable in the long term, reason being it uses SQLite, and is not easily scalable. However, since quickpostgres uses PostgreSQL, one of the best production-grade database system out there, quickpostgres is suitable for production usage, in terms of performance.
    • Quickpostgres is meant for beginners, and uses a JSON-feeling database. If you want to use the full advantages of PostgreSQL, we highly recommend you switching to something else.


    Apache License 2.0


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