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What It Took to Build a Rails Integration for Rodauth
11 projects | dev.to | 12 Oct 2022
Even though Rodauth is built on top of Roda and Sequel, it can work as a Rack middleware in any Ruby web framework. In the beginning, there was a demo app showing how Rodauth can be used in Rails, which leveraged the (now discontinued) roda-rails gem. However, the integration felt fairly raw, and definitely lacked the ergonomics Rails developers are used to.
Sinatra vs. Roda, what's your take?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ruby | 29 Aug 2022
I'm a big fan of Sinatra, but recently I came across Roda which is by Jeremy Evan's whose wonderful ORM gem Sequel I've used in several projects. Looking at the documentation, Roda seems quite nice and performance gain is always appreciated.
I need to write a database query language. I have a blank sheet of paper.
6 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammingLanguages | 19 Jul 2022
Ask HN: What are some examples of elegant software?
22 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 May 2022
Sequel , the Ruby ORM. It's rock-solid, provides similar abstractions to Active Record but feels much better thought out, and it has great docs.
Also, at any point in time, it's likely to have zero open issues and zero open pull requests, which is pretty impressive for a project of its size.
"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 | reddit.com/r/programming | 1 May 2022
The most excellent ORM I've ever worked with was sequel for ruby. The only time I felt the tool wasn't working against me, and gave me access to all those advanced db features ORM are so good at hiding from you.
Migrating from SQLite to PostgreSQL
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Apr 2022
Roda: Simplicity, Reliability, Extensibility & Performance by Jeremy Evans
4 projects | reddit.com/r/ruby | 9 Mar 2022
Where is Ruby Headed in 2021?
14 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Nov 2021
I've never used Rails. I used Sinatra in the early days and over the last 8 years I've used Roda and Sequel.
Our stack is front-end heavy with a very mature JS framework and the back-end is mostly an API server. Databases range from SQLite to Postgres.
Development is usually done on SQLite and staging / production on Postgres. Quite a few projects with SQLite DB in production as well.
7 projects | reddit.com/r/ruby | 30 Oct 2021
It seems that Active Record compatibility is being discussed here. It's kind of cool that all it took for Sequel to be async-compatible was to replace Thread.current with Fiber.current.
Best programming language for a db app?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/sqlite | 23 May 2021
Till date, I've only found Ruby's ORM Sequel and Go's ORM GORM to be the most versatile, flexible and suitable for all the use cases I throw at them.
What are some alternatives?
ROM - Data mapping and persistence toolkit for Ruby
Hanami::Model - Ruby persistence framework with entities and repositories
Redis-Objects - Map Redis types directly to Ruby objects
Async Ruby - An awesome asynchronous event-driven reactor for Ruby.
Neo4j.rb - An active model wrapper for the Neo4j Graph Database for Ruby.
Mongoid - Ruby ODM framework for MongoDB
MongoMapper - A Ruby Object Mapper for Mongo
Perpetuity - Persistence gem for Ruby objects using the Data Mapper pattern