After around 459 commits and almost a year of coding, testing, reading specs and writing documentation, we finally have a solid ORM that we feel deserves a place in your application.
Wetland is a modern object-relational mapper (ORM) for node.js. It allows you to get started quickly, without losing flexibility or features. It brings ACID transactions, a unit of work, dev migrations and production migrations (generated), state maintenance using Proxies, recipe based hydration and much more to Node.js.
I could ramble on about wetland and all of its features for days, and I have. I did so in the form of documentation, which includes the just finished mega-tutorial for Wetland.
One of the next things we’ll do is create a series of videos based on the tutorial we’ve written. We’ll add a larger set of decorators for Typescript based projects, and improve the documentation even more.
Currently we’re trying to get the word out, and introduce as many interested developers to wetland as possible. Any stars on github, feedback, shares or questions are welcome.
If it’s your first time with wetland, perhaps first look at the quick start, or the example app. In any case, below you’ll find a list of links to resources.
- Quick start
- Example application
- Wetland repository
- Example with sails.js
- Sails.js hook
- Express middleware
If you have questions or feedback, you can find us on github in our main chat channel or our wetland channel on gitter.