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magmadb

v1.3.3

Published

Magmadb, a user-friendly solution for storing and accessing data.

Downloads

17

Readme

Magmadb is a package that offers a user-friendly solution for storing and accessing data in a low to medium volume environment, suitable for individuals with varying levels of expertise. The data is stored locally and persistently in json format, and the package also provides a variety of convenient features to enhance the user experience.

A MAJOR BUG HAS BEEN FIXED, MAGMADB NOW WORKS PERFECTLY!

  • Persistent Storage - Data doesn't disappear through restarts
  • Works out of the box - No need to set up a database server, all the data is stored locally in the same project
  • Beginner Friendly - Originally created for use in tutorials or in small projects
  • & more...

Installation

npm i magmadb
//Importing Magmadb
const MagmaDatabase = require("magmadb");

//Create a new database named "db1"
const db = new MagmaDatabase("db1");
//Create a new collection named "accounts" inside "db1" to store user account data 
const accounts = db.CreateCollection("accounts");

//Now we want to create a user account
//Create a new data document inside the collection "accounts"
accounts.CreateData({
    id: 38437838728397,
    name: "Jacob",
    email: "[email protected]",
    password: "password123"
});

//Now for looking up a user inside a collection
//Find a document inside "accounts" by its id
const jacob = accounts.GetData({ id: 38437838728397 });
console.log(jacob);
/*
This will return the following object:
{
    id: 38437838728397,
    name: "Jacob",
    email: "[email protected]",
    password: "password123"
}
*/

//Now Jacob wants to change his email from to "[email protected]"
//First we get Jacob's account to update his email
const jacob = accounts.GetData({ id: 38437838728397 });
//Then we call the function Collection.UpdateData() to make changes to Jacob's account
//Our Collection here is "accounts" so:
accounts.UpdateData(jacob, {
    email: "[email protected]"
});
console.log(jacob);
/*
This will return the following object:
{
    id: 38437838728397,
    name: "Jacob",
    email: "[email protected]",
    password: "password123"
}
As you can see Jacob's email has been changed from "[email protected]" to "[email protected]"
*/

//Lets create another account so we can have multiple documents inside our collection
accounts.CreateData({
    id: 49845168798135,
    name: "Walter",
    email: "[email protected]",
    password: "password123"
});

//You can also get all documents in a collection using Collection.GetAllData();
const allAccounts = accounts.GetAllData();
console.log(allAccounts);
/*
This will return the following Array of documents:
[
    {
        id: 38437838728397,
        name: "Jacob",
        email: "[email protected]",
        password: "password123"
    },
    {
        id: 49845168798135,
        name: "Walter",
        email: "[email protected]",
        password: "password123"
    }
]
*/

//Lets try finding all users with the password "password123"
let usersWithSamePassword = accounts.Find({ password: "password123" });
console.log(usersWithSamePassword);
/*
This will return the following Array of documents:
[
    {
        id: 38437838728397,
        name: "Jacob",
        email: "[email protected]",
        password: "password123"
    },
    {
        id: 49845168798135,
        name: "Walter",
        email: "[email protected]",
        password: "password123"
    }
]
Because Jacob and Walter has the same password ("password123")
*/

//Jacob wants to get his account deleted! Let's make his wish true.
//Lets get Jacobs account by his id
const jacob = accounts.GetData({ id: 38437838728397 });
accounts.DeleteData(jacob) //Here called Collection.DeleteData(jacob) to delete Jacob's account from the database.
//Now we check if Jacob's account is deleted by console logging all accounts
console.log(accounts.GetAllData());
/*
This will return the following Array of documents:
[
    {
        id: 49845168798135,
        name: "Walter",
        email: "[email protected]",
        password: "password123"
    }
]
//Jacob is out!
*/

//If you want to delete the whole accounts collection from your database use Database.DeleteCollection(collection)
//in our case here, Database is "db" and Collection is "accounts"
db.DeleteCollection(accounts);
//lets try console logging "accounts" after deleting it
console.log(accounts.GetAllData()); //This will return undefined