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A deligtful SQL ORM.
Onyx::SQL is a deligthful database-agnostic SQL ORM for Crystal language. It features a convenient schema definition DSL, type-safe SQL query builder, clean architecture with Repository and more!
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dependencies: onyx: github: onyxframework/onyx version: ~> 0.3.0 onyx-sql: github: onyxframework/sql version: ~> 0.7.0
dependencies: onyx: github: onyxframework/onyx version: ~> 0.3.0 onyx-sql: github: onyxframework/sql version: ~> 0.7.0 + pg: + github: will/crystal-pg + version: ~> 0.15.0
For this PostgreSQL table:
CREATE TABLE users ( id SERIAL PRIMARY KEY, name TEXT NOT NULL created_at TIMESTAMPTZ NOT NULL DEFAULT now() );
Define the user schema:
require "onyx/sql" class User include Onyx::SQL::Model schema users do pkey id : Int32 type name : String, not_null: true type created_at : Time, not_null: true, default: true end end
Insert a new user instance:
user = User.new(name: "John") user = Onyx.query(user.insert.returning("*")).first pp user # => #<User @id=1, @name="John", @created_at=#<Time ...>>
Query the user:
user = Onyx.query(User.where(id: 1)).first?
With another PostgreSQL table:
CREATE TABLE posts ( id SERIAL PRIMARY KEY, author_id INT NOT NULL REFERENCES users(id), content TEXT NOT NULL created_at TIMESTAMPTZ NOT NULL DEFAULT now() );
Define the post schema:
class Post include Onyx::SQL::Model schema posts do pkey id : Int32 type author : User, not_null: true, key: "author_id" type content : String, not_null: true type created_at : Time, not_null: true, default: true end end
Add the posts reference to the user schema:
class User include Onyx::SQL::Model schema users do pkey id : Int32 type name : String, not_null: true type created_at : Time, not_null: true, default: true + type authored_posts : Array(Post), foreign_key: "author_id" end end
Create a new post:
user = User.new(id: 1) post = Post.new(author: user, content: "Hello, world!") Onyx.exec(post.insert)
Query all the posts by a user with name "John":
posts = Onyx.query(Post .join(author: true) do |x| x.select(:id, :name) x.where(name: "John") end ) posts.first # => #<Post @id=1, @author=#<User @id=1 @name="John">, @content="Hello, world!">
The documentation is available online at docs.onyxframework.org/sql.
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This shard is maintained by me, Vlad Faust, a passionate developer with years of programming and product experience. I love creating Open-Source and I want to be able to work full-time on Open-Source projects.
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- Fork it ( https://github.com/onyxframework/sql/fork )
- Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (git commit -am 'feat: some feature') using Angular style commits
- Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create a new Pull Request
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This software is licensed under MIT License.