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node-sqlite - SQLite client library for Node

  •    Javascript

A wrapper library that adds ES6 promises and SQL-based migrations API to sqlite3 (docs).๐Ÿ”ฅ Want to strengthen your core JavaScript skills and master ES6? I would personally recommend this awesome ES6 course by Wes Bos.

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

  •    Javascript

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.




qunit-migrate - Migrate old QUnit tests to 2.x. Uses regex and ASTs to convert old QUnit code.

  •    Javascript

Migrate old QUnit code to 2.x.Various rules can be toggled through use of custom config which can be passed via -c option.

hexo-migrator-wordpress - WordPress migrator for Hexo.

  •    Javascript

Migrate your blog from WordPress to Hexo.Export your WordPress in "Tools" → "Export" → "WordPress" in your dashboard.

process-migrator - Process migrator node.js utility for VSTS inherited process

  •    TypeScript

This application provide you ability to automate the Process export/import across VSTS accounts through Node.js CLI. NOTE: This only works with 'Inherited Process', for 'XML process' you may upload/download process as ZIP.


hexo-migrator-ghost - Ghost migrator for Hexo.

  •    Javascript

Ghost migrator for Hexo. Visit http://yourblog.com/ghost/debug/ , click Export and download the JSON file.

pg_migrate - Manage postgres schema, triggers, procedures, and views

  •    C

Manage postgres schema, triggers, procedures, and views

piggy - A friendly PostgreSQL script runner in the spirit of DbUp.

  •    C

A friendly PostgreSQL script runner in the spirit of DbUp. Piggy is a simple command-line tool for managing schema and data changes to PostgreSQL databases. Piggy looks for .sql files in a directory and applies them to the database in order, using transactions and a change log table to ensure each script runs only once per database.