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

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.

linq2db - Linq to database provider.

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.

ansible-role-mysql - Ansible Role - MySQL

Installs and configures MySQL or MariaDB server on RHEL/CentOS or Debian/Ubuntu servers. The home directory inside which Python MySQL settings will be stored, which Ansible will use when connecting to MySQL. This should be the home directory of the user which runs this Ansible role. The mysql_user_name and mysql_user_password can be set if you are running this role under a non-root user account and want to set a non-root user.

aiomysql - Library for accessing a MySQL database from the asyncio

aiomysql is a "driver" for accessing a MySQL database from the asyncio (PEP-3156/tulip) framework. It depends on and reuses most parts of PyMySQL . aiomysql tries to be like awesome aiopg library and preserve same api, look and feel.Internally aiomysql is copy of PyMySQL, underlying io calls switched to async, basically yield from and asyncio.coroutine added in proper places)). sqlalchemy support ported from aiopg.

Algernon - Pure Go web server with built-in Lua, Markdown, HyperApp and Pongo2 support

Web server with built-in support for HTTP/2, Lua, Markdown, Pongo2, HyperApp, Amber, Sass(SCSS), GCSS, JSX, BoltDB, Redis, PostgreSQL, MariaDB/MySQL, rate limiting, graceful shutdown, plugins, users and permissions. Uses no external libraries, only pure Go.

node-mariasql - A node.js binding to MariaDB's non-blocking (MySQL-compatible) client library

A node.js binding to MariaDB's non-blocking (MySQL-compatible) client library.This binding is different from a vanilla libmysqlclient binding in that it uses the non-blocking functions available in MariaDB's client library. As a result, this binding does not use multiple threads to achieve non-blocking behavior.

MariaDB4j - MariaDB Embedded in Java JAR

The MariaDB native binaries are in the MariaDB4j-DB-win*/linux*/mac*.JARs on which the main MariaDB4j JAR depends on by Maven transitive dependencies and, by default, are extracted from the classpath to a temporary base directory on the fly, then started by Java. If you would like to / need to start a specific DB version you already have, instead of the version currently packaged in the JAR, you can use DBConfigurationBuilder setUnpackingFromClasspath(false) & setBaseDir("/my/db/") or -DmariaDB4j.unpack=false -DmariaDB4j.baseDir=/home/you/stuff/myFavouritemMariadDBVersion. Similarly, you can also pack your own version in a JAR and put it on the classpath, and @Override getBinariesClassPathLocation() in DBConfigurationBuilder to return where to find it (check the source of the default implementation).

permissionsql - :lock_with_ink_pen: Middleware for keeping track of users, login states and permissions

Middleware for keeping track of users, login states and permissions.Uses MariaDB/MySQL for the backend.

openshift-mariadb-galera - Kubernetes / OpenShift Images for a MariaDB Galera Cluster

The image recognizes the following environment variables that you can set during initialization by passing -e VAR=VALUE to the Docker run command.You can also set the following mount points by passing the -v /host:/container flag to Docker.

mariasql-promise - A lightweight Promise wrapper for MariaSQL (MySQL Compatible)

A lightweight Promise wrapper for MariaSQL that also works with MySQL. To see the list of available options, please have a look at MariaSQL's README.This project is licensed under the terms of MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more info.

carpenter - Carpenter is a tool to manage DB schema and data

carpenter is a tool to manage DB schema and data inspired by naoina/migu. By using this, you can manage the database structures and data as text (JSON, CSV) and it can be versioned. carpenter can restore the database structure and data from text, or can export them to text in easy.carpenter has four simple commands are classified database structure and data. For each command is also available to use as indivisually.

dockerweb - A docker-powered single-file PaaS for shared cloud web hosting management

A docker-powered single-file PaaS for shared cloud web/app hosting management. The ultimate Docker LAMP/LEMP Stack.To upgrade you just need to run docweb upgrade first and then if necessary rebuild all the images with docweb build:all and re-run all the containers to use new images built.

js-data-sql - Postgres/MySQL/MariaDB/SQLite3 adapter for js-data

A Postgres/MySQL/MariaDB/SQLite3 adapter for the JSData Node.js ORM.Start with the JSData + SQL tutorial or checkout the API Reference Documentation.

mariadb-broker - A MariaDB Helm Chart Service Broker for the Kubernetes Service Catalog

This is an implementation of a Service Broker that uses Helm to provision instances of MariaDB. This is a proof-of-concept for the Kubernetes Service Catalog, and should not be used in production. The MariaDB Service Broker can be installed using the Helm chart in this repository.

ansible-role-phpmyadmin - Ansible Role - phpMyAdmin

Installs phpMyAdmin on RHEL/CentOS/Debian/Ubuntu. phpMyAdmin is a simple interface for interacting with MySQL databases via a web browser. It is not necessarily the most secure or efficient method of managing databases, but for those who need a GUI, this one is better than many others. I (geerlingguy) would personally never run it on a production server, nor do I use it myself (I use Sequel Pro or simply interact with the database via CLI/APIs), but it seems many people like it (especially people stuck on a Windows machine with no good MySQL GUIs :).