Archive for the ‘orm’ Category

Re-Introducing Eloquent’s Polymorphic Relationships

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You've probably used different types of relationships between models or database tables, like those commonly seen in Laravel: one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many, and has-many-through. But there's another type of relationship that's not so common: po...

A First Look at Atlas – the ORM That Delivers

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"AtlasORM is a data mapper implementation for your persistence model (not your domain model)" By definition, a Data Mapper moves data between objects and a database and isolates them from one another. With a Data Mapper, the in memory objects don't e...

Laravel Doctrine – Best of Both Worlds?

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Laravel Doctrine is a drop-in implementation of the famous ORM for the Laravel 5.X Framework, and a really interesting alternative to the default choice, Eloquent. In this article, we will learn how to use it, and when. Why Doctrine, and not Eloquent?...

Sourcehunt: Cron Management, Hackathon Starters, PHP-GUI…

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Ready for a new edition of sourcehunt? Get those starring-fingers ready! lavary/crunz [15 ★] crunz is a Laravel scheduler-inspired cron manager for PHP, fully framework agnostic and independent. In many ways, it’s similar to Jobby and cron-manager...

3 JavaScript ORMs You Might Not Know

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When I wrote my first JavaScript lines, I never thought it would go beyond browser scripting and making interactive websites. I was wrong, since Javascript can be used literally everywhere: You can use it in the browser and you don’t have to be rest...