CRUD example with Rocket, Toql and MySQL (by roy-ganz)

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  • SQL and Rust
    4 projects | | 21 Oct 2022
    To check, if it meets your use case see the todo example or guide.
  • Recommended data access patterns for Rust?
    5 projects | | 21 Dec 2021
    Sound like object-relational mapping. I'm the author of the Toql ORM, see a Todo example here. I've tried hard to make the API simple, but the lib is fairly capable. I'm using it to power a big REST-server for online-exams (~60 tables). It's currently for MySQL only, more next year.
  • Toql 0.4
    4 projects | | 4 Dec 2021
    For more details on changes check out the or to give it a try you may want to run the todo example (MySQL server needed) .
    4 projects | | 4 Dec 2021
    Good question! Frankly, I have never really worked with SeaORM and only played around with diesel. If I compare the two Todo examples with SeaORM and Toql I see that Toql works with "normal" structs and the code is more slick for my taste whereas SeaORM works with model structs, a somehow more classical approach. Maybe someone with SeaORM experience can say more about this.
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