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express-admin - MySQL, MariaDB, SQLite, PostgreSQL admin for NodeJS

  •    Javascript

MySql, MariaDB, SQLite and PostgreSQL database admin built with Express and Bootstrap

db - Productive data access layer for Go.

  •    Go

The upper.io/db.v3 package for Go is a productive data access layer for Go that provides a common interface to work with different data sources such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, MSSQL, QL and MongoDB.Take the tour to see real live examples in your browser.

Typeorm - Amazing ORM for TypeScript and JavaScript (ES7, ES6, ES5)

  •    Typescript

TypeORM is an ORM that can run in NodeJS, Browser, Cordova, PhoneGap and Ionic platforms and can be used with TypeScript and JavaScript (ES5, ES6, ES7). Its goal to always support latest JavaScript features and provide features that help you to develop any kind of applications that use databases - from small applications with a few tables to large scale enterprise applications with multiple databases.




rqlite - The lightweight, distributed relational database built on SQLite.

  •    Go

rqlite is a distributed relational database, which uses SQLite as its storage engine. rqlite uses Raft to achieve consensus across all the instances of the SQLite databases, ensuring that every change made to the system is made to a quorum of SQLite databases, or none at all. It also gracefully handles leader elections, and tolerates failures of machines, including the leader. rqlite is available for Linux, OSX, and Microsoft Windows.rqlite gives you the functionality of a rock solid, fault-tolerant, replicated relational database, but with very easy installation, deployment, and operation. With it you've got a lightweight and reliable distributed relational data store. Think etcd or Consul, but with relational data modelling also available.

linq2db - Linq to database provider.

  •    CSharp

LINQ to DB is the fastest LINQ database access library offering a simple, light, fast, and type-safe layer between your POCO objects and your database.Architecturally it is one step above micro-ORMs like Dapper, Massive, or PetaPoco, in that you work with LINQ expressions, not with magic strings, while maintaining a thin abstraction layer between your code and the database. Your queries are checked by the C# compiler and allow for easy refactoring.

realm-js - Realm is a mobile database: an alternative to SQLite & key-value stores

  •    Javascript

Realm is a mobile database that runs directly inside phones, tablets or wearables. This project hosts the JavaScript versions of Realm. Currently we only support React Native (both iOS & Android) and Node.js (on MacOS and Linux) but we are considering adding support for Cordova/PhoneGap/Ionic as well.Please see the detailed instructions in our docs to use Realm Javascript.

Bookshelf - A simple Node.js ORM for PostgreSQL, MySQL and SQLite3 built on top of Knex.js

  •    Javascript

Bookshelf is a JavaScript ORM for Node.js, built on the Knex SQL query builder. Featuring both promise based and traditional callback interfaces, providing transaction support, eager/nested-eager relation loading, polymorphic associations, and support for one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many relations. It is designed to work well with PostgreSQL, MySQL, and SQLite3.


node-sqlite3 - Asynchronous, non-blocking SQLite3 bindings for Node.js

  •    PLpgSQL

Asynchronous, non-blocking SQLite3 bindings for Node.js.The sqlite3 module works with Node.js v0.10.x, v0.12.x, v4.x, v5.x, v6.x and v7.x.

sql.js - SQLite compiled to JavaScript through Emscripten

  •    Javascript

sql.js is a port of SQLite to JavaScript, by compiling the SQLite C code with Emscripten. It uses a virtual database file stored in memory, and thus doesn't persist the changes made to the database. However, it allows you to import any existing sqlite file, and to export the created database as a javascript typed array. There is no C bindings or node-gyp compilation here, sql.js is a simple javascript file, that can be used like any traditional javascript library. If you are building a native application in javascript (using Electron for instance), or are working in node.js, you will likely prefer to use a native binding of SQLite to javascript.

GRDB.swift - A toolkit for SQLite databases, with a focus on application development

  •    Swift

Follow @groue on Twitter for release announcements and usage tips. GRDB provides raw access to SQL and advanced SQLite features, because one sometimes enjoys a sharp tool. It has robust concurrency primitives, so that multi-threaded applications can efficiently use their databases. It grants your application models with persistence and fetching methods, so that you don't have to deal with SQL and raw database rows when you don't want to.

wcdb - WCDB is a cross-platform database framework developed by WeChat.

  •    C

WCDB is an efficient, complete, easy-to-use mobile database framework used in the WeChat application. It's currently available on iOS, macOS and Android. Easy-to-use. Through WCDB, you can get objects from database in one line code.

dbeaver - Free universal database tool and SQL client

  •    Java

Free multi-platform database tool for developers, SQL programmers, database administrators and analysts. Supports any database which has JDBC driver (which basically means - ANY database). EE version also supports non-JDBC datasources (WMI, MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis). You can download prebuilt binaries from official web site or directly from GitHub releases.

sqlitebrowser - Official home of the DB Browser for SQLite (DB4S) project

  •    C++

DB Browser for SQLite (DB4S) is a high quality, visual, open source tool to create, design, and edit database files compatible with SQLite. It is for users and developers wanting to create databases, search, and edit data. It uses a familiar spreadsheet-like interface, and you don't need to learn complicated SQL commands.

phpMyFAQ - phpMyFAQ - Open Source FAQ system for PHP and MySQL, PostgreSQL and other databases

  •    PHP

phpMyFAQ is a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ-system. It supports various databases to store all data, PHP 5.6+ is needed in order to access this data. phpMyFAQ also offers a multi-language Content Management System with a WYSIWYG editor and an Image Manager, real time search support with Elasticsearch, flexible multi-user support with user and group based permissions on categories and records, a wiki-like revision feature, a news system, user-tracking, 40+ supported languages, enhanced automatic content negotiation, HTML5/CSS3 based responsive templates, PDF-support, a backup-system, a dynamic sitemap, related FAQs, tagging, RSS feeds, built-in spam protection systems, OpenLDAP and Microsoft Active Directory support, and an easy to use installation script. phpMyFAQ is only supported on PHP 5.6.0 and up, you need a database as well. Supported databases are MySQL, Percona Server, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, SQLite3 and MariaDB. If you want to use Elasticsearch as main search engine, you need Elasticsearch 2.x as well. Check our detailed requirements on phpmyfaq.de for more information.

goqu - SQL builder and query library for golang

  •    Go

In order to start using goqu with your database you need to load an adapter. We have included some adapters by default. Adapters in goqu work the same way as a driver with the database in that they register themselves with goqu once loaded.