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ORM for beginners | SQLite + sqllex
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 13 Mar 2022
P.S.:Here is few useful links: — Sqllex ORM (github page) — Sqllex docs — Project showcase — Another example #0 — Another example #1
Any alternatives to SQLAlchemy Core for a "query builder" library?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 19 Dec 2021
FYI: If you're looking for something with more than one user, take a look at sqllex, which is a great query builder along the same lines. I made HissDB because sqllex didn't parameterize its queries, but I believe they've fixed that issue since then.
Sunday Daily Thread: What's everyone working on this week?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 22 May 2021
Whole this week I working on my biggest project SQLLEX - it's python package for more comfortable interacting with databases. It got 7 new releases on this week (v0.1.8.5-0.1.5.12), 5 of which were about bug fixes. But two other were about major updates of code structure, adding new fetches and syntax sugar. Now you can just take your table as specific object or got column of table just by _getitem_ method:
SQLLEX | Better than sqlite3
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 13 May 2021
Github repo: https://github.com/v1a0/sqllex
Write an SQL query builder in 150 lines of Python
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Aug 2021
Have used in multiple projects and have found it's the right balance between ORMs and writing raw SQL. It's also easily extensible and takes care of the many edge cases and nuances of rolling your own SQL generator.
Migrating to SQLAlchemy 2.0
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Feb 2021
There is a middle-ground between writing SQL statement strings in your code, and a full-blown ORM: query builders. At least in my experience with small to medium projects, these have far fewer footguns while keeping the code composable and readable. Here's one for Python: https://github.com/kayak/pypika
What are some alternatives?
TinyDB - TinyDB is a lightweight document oriented database optimized for your happiness :)
sqlc - Generate type-safe code from SQL
PipelineDB - High-performance time-series aggregation for PostgreSQL
asyncpg - A fast PostgreSQL Database Client Library for Python/asyncio.
pickleDB - pickleDB is an open source key-value store using Python's json module.
tksheet - Python 3.6+ tkinter table widget for displaying tabular data
SSShelf - An ORM for S3
Preql - An interpreted relational query language that compiles to SQL.
dbj - Simple embedded in memory json database
MerkavaDB - A fast ordered NoSQL database.
django-compositepk-model - Extended Django Model class with composite-primary-key support