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Hyperstack - a new open source Node.js web framework with everything included
6 projects | /r/node | 17 Nov 2022
For more: https://github.com/prisma/prisma1/issues/3830
Show HN: WunderBase – Serverless OSS Database on Top of SQLite, Firecracker
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Sep 2022
Hey there, I'm Nikolas from the Prisma team. Just came here to quickly clarify this notion:
> Prisma is an API server that puts a GraphQL API in front of a DB.
Your description is very true for Prisma 1 (which has been in maintenance mode for several years and is officially deprecated by now ), but the latest version(s) of Prisma (v2+) don't expose a GraphQL API any more. Prisma 1 also used GraphQL SDL for data modeling, the Prisma ORM on the other hand has its own, custom modeling language for describing database schemas in a declarative way and also comes with a flexible migration system.
That being said (and as Jens also mentioned elsewhere), the Prisma ORM does use GraphQL _internally_ as a wire protocol. However, as a developer, you _never_ touch this internal GraphQL layer and are not even supposed to be aware of it (you actually have to jump through a lot of hoops to even "find" it). It's also very likely that we'll replace GraphQL as a wire protocol in the future, so "GraphQL" really isn't something you should be thinking about as a developer who is using Prisma.
Hope that clarifies the situation a bit, let me know if you have any further questions around this topic.
Why is Prisma so popular and who the hell is using it for production?
8 projects | /r/node | 4 Aug 2022
Could you clarify this? Are you referring to the old Prisma 1 Cloud or the new Prisma Data Platform?
Comparing 4 popular NestJS ORMs
6 projects | dev.to | 22 Jun 2022
First released in 2019, Prisma is the newest ORM of the four we discussed. It will need time to get to a more mature state. Recently, the release of version 3 introduced a few breaking changes. There are also some existing issues noted in GitHub, such as that it does not support some Postgres column types.
Preferred SQL ORM
6 projects | /r/node | 16 Oct 2021
Mongoose is quite a standard also open-source, but Prisma is an emerging modern solution that seems to take the cake.
What is Blitz.js & How to Get Started With It
4 projects | dev.to | 14 Oct 2021
Well, here comes Blitz, the agnostic monolith. Take the database, for example - Blitz comes out-of-the-box with Prisma 2. However, you're free to switch to another one like Fauna or DynamoDB. The same goes for the configuration; deciding a folder structure, defining routing conventions, selecting a styling library, and adding authorization and authentication are all set up by default, but that doesn't mean you cannot go your own way.
Rakkas: Next.js alternative powered by Vite
13 projects | dev.to | 14 Oct 2021
There is also a RealWorld port (Rakkas implementation of the RealWorld specification), a simple but complete fullstack application demonstrating how to approach building a REST API, accessing your database (via Prisma), handling authentication, testing, and more.
Starting out with a Typescript role, any killer library recommendations I should know about?
7 projects | /r/typescript | 19 Sep 2021
For a different direction, there’s Prisma. A lot of people love it and they do a ton of developer outreach. I bet someone from the company that makes it will show up to comment now that their name has been mentioned. They released a schema migration tool sometime in the last six months that looks amazing and would probably convince me to give it a go if I was starting a new project. https://www.prisma.io/
5 projects | dev.to | 13 Sep 2021
Express + Prisma
SE Internship Log
2 projects | dev.to | 7 Sep 2021
One of the steps was seeding a database in a Prisma project. The Prisma CLI exposes a seed command, but at the time of writing this, it's a preview-feature and its implementation is being redesigned.
Ask HN: What is the best product documentation you’ve ever seen?
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 6 May 2023
Prisma's docs are one of the best I've read
Generador de codigo para api graphql?
3 projects | /r/CharruaDevs | 27 Apr 2023
Quiero algo de este estilo: https://github.com/prisma/prisma-examples/tree/latest/typescript/graphql-nexus
ORM, Prisma, and How You Should Build Your Next Backend Database Project
3 projects | dev.to | 25 Apr 2023
Prisma is a package that invites new users. It is well-documented and well-suited for your first or 50th Node project. Their documentation contains comprehensive information on the features available. You can also access several guides, including introductory "how-tos," steps for deploying applications that use Prisma, and instructions on migrating from another ORM. The guides are thorough, up-to-date, and easy to follow. In addition, Prisma's team has made sure your experience using their ORM is as painless as possible.
SQL Versus NoSQL Databases: Which to Use, When, and Why
3 projects | dev.to | 21 Apr 2023
And that's how we can use a Node.js library like Prisma to work with NoSQL and SQL databases. Prisma's documentation page gives further details about this process.
Seeding your database with Prisma ORM
3 projects | dev.to | 3 Mar 2023
We will follow the documentation to get started with Prisma. You can read and also take a reference to the documentation.
Prisma in 500 Seconds
4 projects | dev.to | 9 Feb 2023
Prisma opens up a wealth of opportunities for creating and maintaining efficient and effective data structures. With its rich set of features and intuitive syntax, Prisma makes it easier than ever to connect, store, and manipulate data in a way that's both powerful and straightforward. If you want to dig deeper and expand on what we talked about, check out the Prisma Documentation.
PHP vs JS en backend, ¿Qué me recomiendas?
2 projects | /r/programacion | 7 Feb 2023
Using Prisma in Sveltekit load functions
3 projects | /r/sveltejs | 18 Dec 2022
FYI, looks like your link is pointing to the wrong location. This seems to be the correct URL: https://github.com/prisma/prisma-examples/tree/latest/typescript/rest-sveltekit3 projects | /r/sveltejs | 18 Dec 2022
You can also check out the rest-sveltekit Prisma example that uses "API routes" to define the different endpoints. You can also skip defining API routes and query the database directly in the +page.server.js.
opensource web application using mariadb
3 projects | /r/mariadb | 20 Nov 2022
What are some alternatives?
benchmark - MikroORM vs TypeORM benchmark of CRUD operations on 10k entities
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.
sveltekit-prisma - A sample repository to show how SvelteKit and Prisma work together.
inertia-laravel - The Laravel adapter for Inertia.js.
Hasura - Blazing fast, instant realtime GraphQL APIs on your DB with fine grained access control, also trigger webhooks on database events.
ledokku - Beautiful web UI for all things Dokku
graphql-helix - A highly evolved GraphQL HTTP Server 🧬
Knex - A query builder for PostgreSQL, MySQL, CockroachDB, SQL Server, SQLite3 and Oracle, designed to be flexible, portable, and fun to use.
gRPC - The C based gRPC (C++, Python, Ruby, Objective-C, PHP, C#)
nestjs-typegoose - Typegoose with NestJS