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faunadb-go - Go driver for FaunaDB

  •    Go

A Go lang driver for FaunaDB. The tutorials in the FaunaDB documentation contain driver-specific examples.

faunadb-js - Node

  •    Javascript

A Javascript driver for FaunaDB. View reference JSDocs here.

faunadb-jvm - Scala and Java driver for FaunaDB

  •    Java

This repository contains the FaunaDB drivers for the JVM languages. Currently, Java, Android and Scala clients are implemented. To build and run tests against cloud, set the env variable FAUNA_ROOT_KEY to your admin key secret and run sbt test from the project directory.

faunadb-python - Python driver for FaunaDB

  •    Python

Python driver for FaunaDB. Driver documentation is available at https://faunadb.readthedocs.org/en/latest/.

faunadb-ruby - Ruby driver for FaunaDB

  •    Ruby

Ruby driver for FaunaDB. The driver documentation is hosted on GitHub Pages.

fauna-shell - Interactive shell for FaunaDB

  •    Javascript

This tools gives you access to FaunaDB directly from your CLI. It also includes a Shell so you can issue queries to FaunaDB without needing to install additional libraries.

faunadb-js-release - FaunaDB Javascript Driver packaged for the browser.

  •    Javascript

FaunaDB Javascript Driver packaged for the browser. Please, check https://github.com/fauna/faunadb-js for more information.

faunadb-csharp - C# driver for FaunaDB

  •    CSharp

or by using your IDE and searching for FaunaDB.Client. This small example shows how to use pretty much every aspect of the library.

faunadb-swift - Swift driver for FaunaDB

  •    Swift

Check out the Swift-specific reference documentation. You can find more information in the FaunaDB documentation and in our example project.

local-docker-db - A bunch o' Docker Compose files used to quickly spin up local databases.

  •    Dockerfile

A collection of Docker Compose files I've used to quickly spin up local databases of various sorts. Clone the repo or copy a docker-compose.yml file to your system, cd into that directory, and turn it on with docker-compose up (unless otherwise noted by the directory's README.md). You may also use a docker-compose.override.yml file inside this repository to customize a container.

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