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Clojure-server to Clojure-server communication library
6 projects | reddit.com/r/Clojure | 17 Sep 2021
To GraphQL or not to GraphQL? Pros and Cons
5 projects | dev.to | 13 Sep 2021
This is also related to the N+1 problem, where nested queries make the number of database requests explode. If you want to learn more about this problem, I recommend this video and checking out dataloader, a library released by Facebook to help with batching queries and solving this problem.
Graph QL query involving more content
2 projects | reddit.com/r/graphql | 8 Sep 2021
i think DataLoader is what you want https://github.com/graphql/dataloader
GraphQL - Diving Deep
47 projects | dev.to | 29 Jul 2021
While GraphQL is really promising and helpful, you have to understand that like any technology or framework, it does come with its own set of problems, most of which have already been addressed. For instance you might have heard about the N+1 problem, lack of caching, Query cost and complexity and so on and these have been addressed by some projects like the Dataloader, Persisted Queries, Caching and more which you can setup depending on your needs.
GraphQL - Usecase and Architecture
8 projects | dev.to | 29 Jul 2021
You might also want to look at how you minimize the amount of calls you make to the main database. Do you need caching and have it setup? Have you addressed the N+1 problem with Dataloader?
10 projects | dev.to | 29 Jul 2021
This is where you setup things like batching and also solve N+1 problems with something like a dataloader, setup caching with something like Redis or even an LRU cache to act as a proxy for the frequently accessed data whenever and wherever possible, optimizing the network chatter by using something like persisted queries, optimize your resolvers by retrieving as much data as possible from the parent resolvers, setting up pagination to limit the results returned, setting up things like query complexity to control the level of nesting and computation performed, rate-limiting in the gateway to avoid things like DDOS and so on.
Do resolvers cause a lot of extra database transactions?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/graphql | 30 Jun 2021
What you are looking for is dataloader.
1 project | dev.to | 17 Jun 2021
For more information about Caching, please visit the GraphQL DataLoader GitHub page.
I built an open-source Reddit/Discord hybrid using React, TailwindCSS, and GraphQL!
3 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 8 Jun 2021
Make sure you don't have any N+1 issues. If you are using FieldResolvers to make database requests, use dataloader (https://github.com/graphql/dataloader)
This looks like the same approach to what the graphql DataLoader does!
What is the consensus about using ORM in node js applications?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 28 Nov 2021
On a couple projects I use Sequelize (https://sequelize.org). It handles all the standard ORM stuff including migrations. It also lets you do ad-hoc queries for the more complex stuff. The main thing I like about it is that it makes it easy to spin up a fresh DB for testing because you can just run your migrations on a blank DB that you spin up with Docker. If I use ORM, I use this.5 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 28 Nov 2021
Which nodejs ORM is closest to Django?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/django | 28 Oct 2021
Looking for a mentor who can teach me backend using node js.
1 project | reddit.com/r/node | 21 Oct 2021
Confused about connecting SQL database to frontend
2 projects | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 4 Sep 2021
You could add an ORM to your express app, I've never used IT, but there's sequelize for example.
What is Object–Relational Mapping? Why Prisma?
4 projects | dev.to | 27 Aug 2021
How does one make a fully functional professional website?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 18 Aug 2021
Running migrations for an Aurora Serverless cluster
5 projects | dev.to | 13 Aug 2021
1.serverless 2.sequelize 3.webpack
10 projects | dev.to | 29 Jul 2021
To do this, try treating your resolvers as just entities which do an operation and respond back with data given a set of inputs (similar to what you would typically do with a REST API). So, try setting up your backend/datasources from which you would want to serve the data (be it a database like Postgres or Mongo with or without an ORM like Prisma, Knex or Sequelize, or even an underlying resource like a REST API maybe with something like GraphQL Mesh or Graph databases like Dgraph) and also your resolvers to process the data as you see fit, adding your business logic on top and return back the fields as needed by the resolvers. This is the point where you replace the mocked data with data from the backend.
Interact with Relational Databases using Sequelize
3 projects | dev.to | 25 Jul 2021
But today I'm not talking about these points, today I'm going to teach how to create a simple CRUD using Sequelize ORM to interact with the database and Fastify will be our framework today.
What are some alternatives?
Knex - A query builder for PostgreSQL, MySQL, CockroachDB, SQL Server, SQLite3 and Oracle, designed to be flexible, portable, and fun to use.
Prisma - Next-generation ORM for Node.js & TypeScript | PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, SQL Server, SQLite & MongoDB (Preview)
Mongoose - MongoDB object modeling designed to work in an asynchronous environment.
Objection.js - An SQL-friendly ORM for Node.js
Bookshelf - A simple Node.js ORM for PostgreSQL, MySQL and SQLite3 built on top of Knex.js
Waterline - An adapter-based ORM for Node.js with support for mysql, mongo, postgres, mssql (SQL Server), and more
pg-promise - PostgreSQL interface for Node.js
orm2 - Object Relational Mapping
MikroORM - TypeScript ORM for Node.js based on Data Mapper, Unit of Work and Identity Map patterns. Supports MongoDB, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL and SQLite databases.
DataStax Node.js Driver for Apache Cassandra - DataStax Node.js Driver for Apache Cassandra