Sequel 4.15.0

A powerful database access toolkit for Ruby, allowing developers to easily run SQL operations and retrieve the results when available
Sequel is much more than an ORM. It's a complete solution for interacting with databases from Ruby, managing and interfacing with the entire database, not just its data.

Developers can use the IRB console or Sequel's own DSL to quickly assemble databases, manage schemas, build SQL queries, run transactions, fetch results, and convert the results to a Ruby malleable format.

It works like an abstraction layer between Ruby and SQL, helping developers with Ruby skills, but with lesser SQL knowledge.

Supported databases and tools:
ADO
Amalgalite
CUBRID
DataObjects
DB2
DBI
Firebird
IBM_DB
Informix
JDBC
MySQL
Mysql2
ODBC
OpenBase
Oracle
PostgreSQL
SQLAnywhere
SQLite3
Swift
TinyTDS

Main features:

  • Thread safety
  • Connection pooling
  • Concise DSL
  • Built-in ORM
  • Prepared statements
  • Bound variables
  • Transaction isolation
  • Stored procedures
  • Savepoints
  • Two-phase commits
  • Master/slave configurations
  • Database sharding
  • IRB console
  • Documentation

last updated on:
October 2nd, 2014, 12:19 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Jeremy Evans
homepage:
sequel.jeremyevans.net
license type:
MIT License
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
category:
C: \ Database Tools

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What's New in version 4.9.0
  • Massive speedup for PostgreSQL array parser
  • Add current_datetime_timestamp extension, for current Time/DateTime instances that are literalized as CURRENT_TIMESTAMP
  • Recognize additional unique constraint violations on SQLite
  • Don't remove column value when validating nested attributes for one_to_* association where association foreign key is the model's primary key
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