vogels - DynamoDB data mapper for node.js

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vogels is a DynamoDB data mapper for node.js. First, you need to configure the AWS SDK with your credentials.

https://github.com/ryanfitz/vogels

Dependencies:

async : 1.5.x
aws-sdk : 2.2.x
bunyan : 1.5.x
joi : 5.x.x
lodash : 4.x.x
node-uuid : 1.4.x

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