node-mysql 2.6.2

A Node.js module for working with MySQL databases, a powerful library that can interconnect Node.js applications with classic MySQL servers

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What's new in node-mysql 2.6.2:

  • Fix Connection.createQuery for no SQL
  • Update bignumber.js to 2.0.7
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MIT License

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DEVELOPED BY:
Felix Geisendörfer
HOMEPAGE:
github.com
LANGUAGE:
JavaScript
DATABASE:
MySQL
CATEGORY:
C: \ Database Tools
Because Node.js is an extremely fast platform, most of the times developers can't work with slower relative databases like MySQL opting for something much faster like newer and more productive NoSQL databases.

But there are times when developers just can't avoid working with a classic MySQL server, just because of older specs or because of the data's complexity.

In such cases, having something like node-mysql around can be very useful indeed, especially because the module is very easy to config and adapt.

In case this happens to you, there's a lot of node-mysql documentation provided with the package's README file, enough to get any developer acquainted and informed about the module's inner-workings.

Last updated on April 15th, 2015

Runs on: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

feature list requirements

#MySQL connector #database interaction #Node.js interface #MySQL #connector #database #Node.j

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