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mongo_odm - Flexible persistence module for any Ruby class to MongoDB

  •    Ruby

Flexible persistence module for any Ruby class to MongoDB.Other Mongo ODMs don't require to explicitly define the possible schema of a model. I think this is necessary to help with type conversions (instanciate the right class for each attribute, and convert them to a Mongo compatible type when persisted). But it's also possible to fill attributes with valid Mongo values without defining them as fields, and only the attributes whose values are different than the default values are stored as part of the document when saved.

OneupAclBundle - The missing link between Symfonys Acl implementation and your application.

  •    PHP

Issues and feature requests are tracked in the Github issue tracker. When reporting a bug, it may be a good idea to reproduce it in a basic project built using the Symfony Standard Edition to allow developers of the bundle to reproduce the issue by simply cloning it and following some steps.

mangrove - Mangrove: the MongoDB C++ ODM

  •    C++

Mangrove lets you map your C++ classes to collections in MongoDB for seamless data retrieval and manipulation. The documentation for Mangrove is currently hosted at http://mongodb-labs.github.io/mangrove.




yadm - Yadm is a MongoDB ODM

  •    PHP

The schema less ODM. It gives you the fastest hydration and persistent. Based on makasim/values lib. In makasim/values repo you can find examples on how to build simple objects, object trees, hydrate and retrive data from\to object.