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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.

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.

requery - requery - modern SQL based query & persistence for Java / Kotlin / Android

A light but powerful object mapping and SQL generator for Java/Kotlin/Android with RxJava and Java 8 support. Easily map to or create databases, perform queries and updates from any platform that uses Java.

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.

Objection.js - An SQL-friendly ORM for Node.js

Objection.js is an ORM for Node.js that aims to stay out of your way and make it as easy as possible to use the full power of SQL and the underlying database engine while keeping magic to a minimum.Objection.js is built on an SQL query builder called knex. All databases supported by knex are supported by objection.js. SQLite3, Postgres and MySQL are thoroughly tested.

records - SQL for Humans™

Records is a very simple, but powerful, library for making raw SQL queries to most relational databases. Just write SQL. No bells, no whistles. This common task can be surprisingly difficult with the standard tools available. This library strives to make this workflow as simple as possible, while providing an elegant interface to work with your query results.

Exposed - Kotlin SQL Framework

More examples and documentation on the wiki.

jDBI - Provides convenient tabular data access in Java

The Jdbi library provides convenient, idiomatic access to relational databases in Java. Jdbi is built on top of JDBC. If your database has a JDBC driver, you can use Jdbi with it. It uses the Java collections framework for query results, provides a convenient means of externalizing sql statements, and provides named parameter support for any database being used.

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.

Ebean - ORM for Java / Kotlin

Ebean is fast and simple data access on the JVM. With Ebean it is very easy to insert, update, delete. There is no Session or EntityManager to manage, no merge/flush/attach/detach semantics. Ebean can profile the object graph use and use that to automatically optimise ORM queries such that they only fetch the required properties and minimises N + 1.


NQuery is a relational query engine written in C#. It allows you to execute a SELECT query against .NET objects. It can use arrays, data sets, data tables or any other custom table binding. NQuery is completely extensible so that you can add custom functions, aggregates, const...

A data driven application where SQL is generated runtime by a DataMapper

A data driven application where SQL is generated runtime by a DataMapper provider.

SecurityDriven.TinyORM - .NET micro ORM done right.

If you are serious about SQL Server, give TinyORM a try (even if you're a Dapper fan).Nature graphic by Freepik is licensed under CC BY 3.0.

rdb - Javascript ORM

ORM for nodejs. Supports postgres, mySql and sqlite. 1.7.1 Support for schemas (postgres only). 1.7.0 sqlite3 is now a peer dependency. Add it to your own package.json if you intend to use it. 1.6.9 Bugfix: one-to-many relation returns empty if strategy is included. 1.6.8 Bugfix: one-to-many relation returns empty if insert/update is done earlier in transaction. 1.6.7 Bugfix in relations. 1.6.6 Bugfix. 1.6.5 Improved performance on relations. 1.6.4 Bugfix. 1.6.3 Bugfix: potential incorrect timeZoneOffset when serializing date to JSON. Got timeZoneOffset from now() instead of on actual date. 1.6.2 Removed es6 syntax to ensure backwards compatability. Fixed global var leak. 1.6.1 Now supporting sqlite. 1.6.0 Bugfix: potential ambigous column error when using limit and relating to other tables. 1.5.9 Bugfix: using multipleStatements in mySql could sometimes cause an error when updates are run right before a select. Improved performance on limit when relating to other tables. Using uuid instead of node-uuid Updated all dependencies but generic-pool to latest. (Generic-pool has some breaking changes in latest. I will update it in next release.) 1.5.8 Cleanup line breaks in documentation. 1.5.7 Bugfix: getById.exclusive and tryGetById.exclusive did not lock if row was cached. Improved performance on tryGetFirst. 1.5.6 Raw sql filters can accept sql both as string and as function. E.g. var filter = {sql: function() {return 'foo > 1';}}. 1.5.5 Optional locks for getMany, tryGetFirst and tryGetById. Instead of calling getMany(params) just call getMany.exclusive(params). Same syntax goes for tryGetFirst and tryGetById. This will result in SELECT FOR UPDATE. Bugfix: bulk deletes now accepts raw sql filters too. 1.5.4 Transaction locks. Postgres only. 1.5.3 Upgraded to pg 6.0.3 1.5.2 Improved performance and reduced memory footprint. 1.5.1 Documented JSON column type. Bug fix: Insert and foreign key violation. 1.5.0 JSON column type. Postgres json type does not support rdb filters. 1.4.1 Empty filter would sometimes cause invalid filter. 1.4.0 Raw SQL query. 1.3.0 getMany() now supports limit and orderBy - same syntax as in streaming. 1.2.3 Bugfix: iEqual gave incorrect sql when parameterized. 1.2.2 Exlusive no longer returns a clone of table. It has changes current table to exclusive locking. 1.2.1 Bugfix: Exclusive row locks 1.2.0 Exclusive row locks 1.1.0 Now supporting streaming. Requires postgres or MySQL >=5.7.7 1.0.8 README fixup. 1.0.7 Better performance on insert and update. 1.0.6 Bugfix: Transaction domain should not forward rdb singleton from old domain. 1.0.5 Documentation cleanup. 1.0.4 orderBy in toDto(). 1.0.3 toDto() using next tick on every thousandth row to avoid maximum call stack size exceeded. 1.0.2 Reduced number of simultaneous promises in order to avoid maximum call stack size exceeded. 1.0.1 Bugfix: Incorrect insert/updates on timestamp without timezone. The time was converted utc instead of stripping the timezone. 1.0.0 Transaction domain forwards properties from old domain. Semantic versioning from now on. 0.5.1 Improved performance 0.5.0 Logging: rdb.log(someFunc) logs sql and parameters. Raw sql filters. 0.4.9 New method: tryGetById. New filter: iEqual, postgres only. Bugfix: rows.toJSON() without strategy did not include any children. 0.4.8 Explicit pooling with size and end(). Bugfix: mySql did not release client to pool. 0.4.7 Upgraded to pg 4.3.0 Upgraded to mysql 2.5.5 0.4.6 Upgraded pg 4.2.0. 0.4.5 Oops. Forgot to use pg.js instead of pg. 0.4.4 Upgraded all dependencies to latest. Using pg.js instead of pg. 0.4.3 Can ignore columns when serializing to dto. 0.4.2 Bugfix: update on a row crashes when a delete occurs earlier in same transaction. 0.4.1 Bugfix: more global leaks. 0.4.0 Bugfix: global leak. 0.3.9 Bugfix: eager loading joins/hasOne with non unique column names was not handled correctly. 0.3.8 Supports mySql. Bulk deletes. 0.3.7 Bugfix: eager loading manyRelation on a join/hasOne returned empty array #11 0.3.6 Fixed sql injection vulnerability. 0.3.5 Built-in fetching strategies for lazy loading. Works best in readonly scenarios. 0.3.4 Docs and examples split moved to separate file. 0.3.3 Fixed documentation layout again. 0.3.2 Fixed documentation layout. 0.3.1 Case insensitive filters: iStartsWith, iEndsWith and iContains. 0.3.0 Fix broken links in docs. 0.2.9 Support for row.delete(). Rollback only throws when error is present. 0.2.8 Guid accepts uppercase letters. Bugfix: null inserts on guid columns yielded wrong sql. 0.2.7 New method, toDto(), converts row to data transfer object. Bugfix: toJSON returned incorrect string on hasMany relations. 0.2.6 Fixed incorrect links in README. 0.2.5 Bugfix: caching on composite keys could give a crash #7. Improved sql compression on insert/update. 0.2.4 Bugfix: getMany with many-strategy and shallowFilter yields incorrect query #6. 0.2.3 Reformatted documentation. No code changes.

toucan - A classy high-level Clojure library for defining application models and retrieving them from a DB

Toucan provides the better parts of an ORM for Clojure, like simple DB queries, flexible custom behavior when inserting or retrieving objects, and easy hydration of related objects, all in a powerful and classy way.Toucan builds on top of clojure.java.jdbc and the excellent HoneySQL. The code that inspired this library was originally written to bring some of the sorely missed conveniences of Korma to HoneySQL when we transitioned from the former to the latter at Metabase. Over the last few years, I've continued to build upon and refine the interface of Toucan, making it simpler, more powerful, and more flexible, all while maintaining the function-based approach of HoneySQL.

examples-orms - Sample uses of CockroachDB with popular ORMs

This repo contains example uses of CockroachDB with popular ORMs. Each example will implement the sample application spec presented below.See the CockroachDB ORM Compatibility Plan for a roadmap towards supporting various ORMs.

nymph - Data Objects for JavaScript and PHP

Nymph is an object data store that is easy to use in JavaScript and PHP. Try opening the same one in two windows, and see one window react to changes in the other.

mesa - simple elegant sql for nodejs

mesa is a moving target. we are using it in production and it grows and changes with the challenges it helps us solve.this documentation does not yet represent everything that is possible with mesa. feel free to look at the code. it's just around 600 lines.

objection-rest - REST API generator for objection.js models

REST API generator for objection.js models.See objection-find documentation for the findQuery API.