node-pg-migrate - Node.js database migration management for Postgresql

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Node.js database migration management built exclusively for postgres. (But can also be used for other DBs conforming to SQL standard - e.g. CockroachDB.) Started by Theo Ephraim, now maintained by Salsita Software. You can specify your database connection information using config.


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