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sandman2 - Automatically generate a RESTful API service for your legacy database. No code required!

  •    Python

sandman2 automagically generates a RESTful API service from your existing database, without requiring you to write a line of code. Simply point sandman2 to your database, add salt for seasoning, and voila!, a fully RESTful API service with hypermedia support starts running, ready to accept HTTP requests. This is a big deal. It means every single database you interact with, from the SQLite database that houses your web browser's data up to your production PostgreSQL server can be endowed with a REST API and accessed programatically, using any number of HTTP client libraries available in every language. sandman2 frees your data.

postgrest - REST API for any Postgres database

  •    Haskell

PostgREST serves a fully RESTful API from any existing PostgreSQL database. It provides a cleaner, more standards-compliant, faster API than you are likely to write from scratch. Download the binary (latest release) for your platform.

automatic-api - A list of software that turns your database into a REST/GraphQL API

  •    Go

The following is a list of tools that automatically expose a REST, GraphQL, or another kind of API for your database, as well as databases with a built-in HTTP API. GitHub stats updated 2018-07-17. The commit count and the latest commit date are for the default branch (usually master).

prest - pREST is a way to serve a RESTful API from any databases written in Go

  •    Shell

There is PostgREST written in Haskell, but keeping Haskell software in production is not an easy job. With this need pREST was born. Read more.




graphql-engine - Blazing fast, instant realtime GraphQL APIs on Postgres with fine grained access control, also trigger webhooks on database events

  •    Javascript

Hasura GraphQL Engine is a blazing-fast GraphQL server that gives you instant, realtime GraphQL APIs over Postgres, with webhook triggers on database events for asynchronous business logic. Hasura helps you build GraphQL apps backed by Postgres or incrementally move to GraphQL for existing applications using Postgres.

postgrest - REST API for any Postgres database

  •    Haskell

PostgREST serves a fully RESTful API from any existing PostgreSQL database. It provides a cleaner, more standards-compliant, faster API than you are likely to write from scratch. Download the binary (latest release) for your platform.

xmysql - :rocket: One command to generate REST APIs for any MySql Database.

  •    Javascript

Generating REST APIs for a MySql database which does not follow conventions of frameworks such as rails, django, laravel etc is a small adventure that one like to avoid .. Hence this.

dreamfactory - DreamFactory 2.0 Application

  •    PHP

Learn more at our website. Documentation for the platform can be found on the DreamFactory wiki.


postgraphile - Execute one command (or mount one Node

  •    TypeScript

An instant, highly-performant GraphQL API for your PostgreSQL database, extensible via a powerful plugin system. Note: v1-v3 of this project were named PostGraphQL. A v3-v4 migration guide is available here and you can check out some of the new features here. No more development is taking place on v3, but you can still access its branch here.

postgrest-starter-kit - Starter Kit and tooling for authoring REST API backends with PostgREST

  •    PLpgSQL

Base project and tooling for authoring REST API backends with PostgREST. PostgREST enables a different way of building data driven API backends. It does "one thing well" and that is to provide you with a REST api over your database, however to build a complex production system that does things like talk to 3rd party systems, sends emails, implements real time updates for browsers, write integration tests, implement authentication, you need additional components. For this reason, some developers either submit feature requests that are not the scope of PostgREST or think of it just as a prototyping utility and not a powerful/flexible production component with excellent performance. This repository aims to be a starting point for all PostgREST based projects and bring all components together under a well defined structure. We also provide tooling that will aid you with iterating on your project and tools/scripts to enable a build pipeline to push everything to production. There are quite a few components in the stack but you can safely comment out pg_amqp_bridge/rabbitmq (or even openresty) instances in docker-compose.yml if you don't need the features/functionality they provide.

tuql - Automatically create a GraphQL server from a sqlite database

  •    Javascript

tuql is a simple tool that turns a sanely formatted sqlite database into a graphql endpoint. It tries to infer relationships between objects, currently supporting belongsTo, hasMany and belongsToMany. It also forms the basic mutations necessary to create, update, and delete objects, as well as assoicate many-to-many relationships.

neo4j-graphql - GraphQL bindings for Neo4j, generates and runs Cypher

  •    Kotlin

This readme assumes you are somewhat familiar with GraphQL and minimally with Cypher. Based on your GraphQL schema, it translates GraphQL Queries and Mutations into Cypher statements and executes them on Neo4j.

ZenQuery - Enterprise backend as a service

  •    Java

ZenQuery allows you to easily access databases through a REST API. All you have to do is enter your database connection settings and ZenQuery will generate REST API endpoints for all your database tables and views. Moreover, you can easily add custom SQL queries for access via REST API calls.

subzero-starter-kit - Starter Kit and tooling for authoring GraphQL/REST API backends with subZero

  •    PLpgSQL

Base project and tooling for authoring data API backends with subZero. All subZero components are packaged as docker images, as such, the first thing to do is to install Docker for you platform.