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I'm creating a REST API using KTOR. What's the best ORM to go with KTOR ?
2 projects | /r/Kotlin | 28 May 2023
KMM alternatives to Android Datastore & Room DB?
2 projects | /r/Kotlin | 24 Mar 2023
That functionality has existed for almost exactly a year
Adopting Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile(KMM) on 9GAG App
4 projects | dev.to | 18 Dec 2022
Database - SQLDelight
Android Starter Template (hilt, ktor, coroutines, flow, modules, gradle.kts, version catalog, compose, MVVM, tests, GitHub CI)
2 projects | /r/androiddev | 21 Nov 2022
room is a great example but like I said our data is kotlin-only so we tend to use libraries like sqlDelight.
Announcing new crate - "hugsqlx": turning SQLx queries into Rust functions
3 projects | /r/rust | 30 Oct 2022
This seems similar to https://cashapp.github.io/sqldelight/ for kotlin, I think this approach is pretty neat, good luck with it!
ADVICE WANTED - Typescript PostgreSQL without ORM
7 projects | /r/typescript | 16 Oct 2022
Sounds like you want what SQLDelite offers, but for TypeScript. SQLDelite is only for Kotlin and SQLite though.
Why We're Moving on from Firebase
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Oct 2022
SQLDelight had neat built in support for this
Flyweight: An ORM for SQLite
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Sep 2022
You would really like sqldelight then. It takes the concept of an ORM and flips it on its head. Instead of mapping function calls to SQL statements, it lets you write SQL statements and then generates classes for you that have methods for those statements.
For instance, you could have a SQL statement like getCardsForFight: select * from fights where cardId = ? and titleFight = ?, and it would generate a class that has a method getCardsForFight(cardId: number, titleFight: number).
"ORMs have a special place in my heart, not entirely unlike Brutus and Caesar: a dear friend who betrays you and leaves you to die a slow, painful death." – Taming SQL and ORMs with sqlc
6 projects | /r/programming | 1 May 2022
SqlDelight is an equivalent library in the Kotlin/JVM ecosystem that follows the same philosophy (write queries in SQL and generate code from them rather than the opposite approach taken by typical ORMs).6 projects | /r/programming | 1 May 2022
The only reason I haven't tested SQLDelight a lot is because they haven't implemented a way to "rename" a table when generating the classes, so if your table is called players... well, now all of the generated classes will also be named Players, which is super annoying.
What are some alternatives?
Exposed - Kotlin SQL Framework
Realm Asset Helper - A small library to help with Realm.IO integration in Android apps
jOOQ - jOOQ is the best way to write SQL in Java
Ktorm - A lightweight ORM framework for Kotlin with strong-typed SQL DSL and sequence APIs.
RoomAsset - A helper library to help using Room with existing pre-populated database [DEPRECATED].
ObjectBox Java (Kotlin, Android) - Java and Android Database - fast and lightweight without any ORM
MapDB - MapDB provides concurrent Maps, Sets and Queues backed by disk storage or off-heap-memory. It is a fast and easy to use embedded Java database engine.
Realm - Realm is a mobile database: a replacement for Core Data & SQLite
greenDAO - greenDAO is a light & fast ORM solution for Android that maps objects to SQLite databases.
androrm - An Object Relational Mapper for Android.
Nitrite Database - Java embedded nosql document store