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Introduction to Sails.JS ORM queries, part 2

In my previous post, I wrote about Sails.JS ORM which includes model definitions, joins, attributes and such. In this post, I will go over some simple and more advanced queries that will use the previous examples as a basis for our ORM queries. For a more comprehensive list of queries, check out the GitHub documentation for details. Sails.js uses Waterline out of the box as its ORM (object relational mapper) and it's basically an object-based way of querying the database. We created the models with a set of attributes, types, etc so it can be used as a 1:1 object representation of table/docume…

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Introduction to Sails.JS Models and ORM, part 1

I have been working with Sails.JS for a little while now and would like to share a bit of information on how to use the Models and Waterline/ORM (Object Relational Mapper) when working with your database. An ORM is basically an API to access your database and perform queries against it. Waterline as an ORM has built-in adapters that allows you to use MS SQL Server, MongoDB, Redis among a host of others. It simplifies the process of working with a database since you're using the same API regardless of what database you're using (see Waterline on GitHub to see if there's an adapter available for…

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