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gorm - The fantastic ORM library for Golang, aims to be developer friendly

The fantastic ORM library for Golang, aims to be developer friendly.Released under the MIT License.

pg - PostgreSQL ORM for Golang with focus on PostgreSQL features and performance

PostgreSQL ORM for Golang with focus on PostgreSQL features and performance. It supports Basic types, Multidimensional Arrays, Transactions, Prepared statements, Queries retries on network errors, Automatic connection pooling with circuit breaker support, Bulk/batch inserts and updates, Pagination and URL filters helpers, Migrations, Sharding and lot more.

gorp - Go Relational Persistence - an ORM-ish library for Go

As many of the maintainers have become busy with other projects, progress toward the ever-elusive v2 has slowed to the point that we're only occasionally making progress outside of merging pull requests. In the interest of continuing to release, I'd like to lean toward a more maintainable path forward.For the moment, I am releasing a v2 tag with the current feature set from master, as some of those features have been actively used and relied on by more than one project. Our next goal is to continue cleaning up the code base with non-breaking changes as much as possible, but if/when a breaking change is needed, we'll just release new versions. This allows us to continue development at whatever pace we're capable of, without delaying the release of features or refusing PRs.

db - Productive data access layer for 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.

SQLBoiler - Generate a Go ORM tailored to your database schema.

SQLBoiler is a tool to generate a Go ORM tailored to your database schema.It is a "database-first" ORM as opposed to "code-first" (like gorm/gorp). That means you must first create your database schema. Please use something like goose, sql-migrate or some other migration tool to manage this part of the database's life-cycle.

qbs - QBS stands for Query By Struct. A Go ORM.

Qbs.Find is about 60% faster on mysql, 130% faster on postgreSQL than raw Db.Query, about 20% slower than raw Stmt.Query. (benchmarked on windows). The reason why it is faster than Db.Query is because all prepared Statements are cached in map.Go get to get the most recent source code.

reform - A better ORM for Go, based on non-empty interfaces and code generation.

A better ORM for Go and database/sql.It uses non-empty interfaces, code generation (go generate), and initialization-time reflection as opposed to interface{}, type system sidestepping, and runtime reflection. It will be kept simple.

Kallax - PostgreSQL typesafe ORM for the Go language

Kallax is a PostgreSQL typesafe ORM for the Go language. It aims to provide a way of programmatically write queries and interact with a PostgreSQL database without having to write a single line of SQL, use strings to refer to columns and use values of any type in queries.

xorm-adapter - Xorm adapter for Casbin

Xorm Adapter is the Xorm adapter for Casbin. With this library, Casbin can load policy from Xorm supported database or save policy to it. This project is under Apache 2.0 License. See the LICENSE file for the full license text.

gomodel - A lightweight, fast, orm-like library helps interactive with database

gomodel provide another method to interact with database. Instead of reflection, use bitset represent fields of CRUD, sql/stmt cache and generate model code for you, high performance.The gomodel cmd tool and SQL convertion for structures.

go-store - A simple and fast Redis backed key-value store library for Go

store is a data-store library for Go that provides a set of platform-independent interfaces to persist and retrieve data.Its primary goal is to wrap existing implementations of such primitives, such as those in package redis, into shared public interfaces that abstract functionality, plus some other related primitives.

go-queryset - 100% type-safe ORM for Go (Golang) with code generation and MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sqlite3, SQL Server support

100% type-safe ORM for Go (Golang) with code generation and MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sqlite3, SQL Server support. GORM under the hood.Take a loot at line // gen:qs. It's a necessary line to enable querysets for this struct. You can put it at any line in struct's doc-comment.

gopqgen - Generates the Go structs and getters/setters for PostgreSQL Database

This project aims to generate common CRUD operations for a given PostgreSQL database and expose them as a gRPC API.Note: It is a work on progress.

mongodm - A golang object document mapper (ODM) for MongoDB

The mongodm package is an object document mapper (ODM) for mongodb written in Go which uses the official mgo adapter. You can find an example API application here. Collection naming in this package is switched to Model.

gorm-adapter - Gorm adapter for Casbin

Gorm Adapter is the Gorm adapter for Casbin. With this library, Casbin can load policy from Gorm supported database or save policy to it. You may find other 3rd-party supported DBs in Gorm website or other places.

go-sqlbuilder - A flexible and powerful SQL string builder library plus a zero-config ORM.

Package sqlbuilder provides a set of flexible and powerful SQL string builders. The only goal of this package is to build SQL string with arguments which can be used in DB#Query or DB#Exec defined in package database/sql. Use go get to install this package.

marlow - golang generator for type-safe sql api constructs

Marlow is a code generation tool written in golang designed to create useful constructs that provide an ergonomic API for interacting with a project's data persistence layer while maintaining strong compile time type safety assurance. Marlow was created to improve developer velocity on projects written in golang that interact with a data persistence layer, like mysql or postgres. In other web application backend environments, these interfaces are usually provided by an application framework's ORM, like the ActiveRecord library used by Rails.