Objection.js – 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 still making the common stuff easy and enjoyable.

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.

Features include:

  • An easy declarative way of defining models and relationships between them.
  • Simple and fun way to fetch, insert, update and delete objects using the full power of SQL.
  • Powerful mechanisms for eager loading, inserting and upserting object graphs.
  • Easy to use transactions.
  • Official TypeScript support.
  • Optional JSON schema validation.
  • A way to store complex documents as single rows.

Website: vincit.github.io/objection.js
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Sami Koskimäki
License: MIT License

Objection.js is written in JavaScript. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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