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ocelite

Schemaless, embeddable, Node.js database

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Ocelite

Schemaless, embeddable, Node.js database

Install

$ npm install ocelite

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Db.init

Creates a connection to the database. Provide the filename of where to store the database file along with an array of items you're planning to store.

var Ocelite = require('ocelite');

var db = new Ocelite();
db.init('data.db', ['user'], callback);

Db.save

Saves an object to the database. First parameter is the item name matching one of the names provided in init. Second parameter is the data you're saving. The third is an optional parameter of data to index.

db.save('user', {name: 'Barbara Fusinska', twitter: 'basiafusinska'}, ['twitter'], callback);

Db.get

Access saved data by there index. First parameter is the type, followed by index name and the value. This returns an array of items.

db.get('user', 'twitter', 'basiafusinska', function(err, rows) { 
  console.log(rows);
});

Db.all

Return all the data saved for a particular type as an array.

db.all('user', function(err, rows) { 
  console.log(rows);
});

Example

var Ocelite = require('ocelite');

var db = new Ocelite();
db.init('data.db', ['user'], function() {
  db.save('user', {name: 'Barbara Fusinska', twitter: 'basiafusinska'}, ['twitter'], function() {
      db.get('user', 'twitter', 'basiafusinska', function(err, obj) {
        console.log(obj);
      });
 });
});

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