RavenDB 4.0Node.JS client is now in beta

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imageI’m happy to announce that the RavenDB node.js client is now publicly available in beta. Following our Python client (and obviously the .NET one), this is the newest client for RavenDB on the block, with additional clients for the JVM, Go and Ruby quickly reaching critical stage.

Here is some code using it (I’m using async/await here, but the RavenDB node.js client supports any Node 6.0 or higher):

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And here is how you do some basic CRUD:

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A full sample app can be found here:

You can just get the code and then run:

npm run serve

And you’ll get a running server running against the public live instance.

More posts in "RavenDB 4.0" series:

  1. (13 Oct 2017) Interlocked distributed operations
  2. (12 Oct 2017) Node.JS client is now in beta
  3. (11 Sep 2017) Support options
  4. (14 Aug 2017) Maintaining transaction boundary integrity in a distributed cluster
  5. (03 Aug 2017) Raven Query Language
  6. (13 Jul 2017) The admin’s backdoor is piping hot
  7. (10 Jul 2017) Securing the keys to the kingdom
  8. (04 Jul 2017) Unbounded results sets
  9. (13 Jun 2017) The etag simplification
  10. (12 Jun 2017) Data subscriptions, Part II
  11. (09 Jun 2017) Data subscriptions, Part I
  12. (19 May 2017) Managing encrypted databases
  13. (11 May 2017) Working with attachments
  14. (10 May 2017) Attachments
  15. (08 May 2017) Full database encryption