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2015

2014

Persisting data in Ruby with PStore — The blog of Rob Miller, Ruby developer

by Spone
Fortunately, Ruby’s standard library has us covered with its persistent store library, which it calls PStore; it’s both a specific implementation of a persistent store and also an interface for other implementations. Let’s take a look at both the regular form of PStore and an alternate implementation, to see how it can help us persist data simply and safely.

2012

2011

Objectify

by ludochane
The Google App Engine/J low-level datastore API is simple and elegant, neatly reducing your data operations to four simple methods: get, put, delete, and query. However, it is not designed to be used by the average develope

Twig

by ludochane
Object Datastore for Google App Engine. Twig is an object persistence interface built on Google App Engine.

2009

2007

Junction PHP

by Xavier Lacot & 2 others
Junction is the glue between your application and its database. Easy to use and extensible, Junction allows developers to focus on building applications instead of worrying about state persistence.

Python Cheese Shop : shove 0.1

by jdrsantos
Common object storage frontend that supports dictionary-style access, object serialization and compression, and multiple storage and caching backends.

Zero-config object persistence with Simple Persistence for Java

by bhenriet
Zero-config object persistence with Simple Persistence for Java

A standardized object-relational mapping mechanism for the Java platform - Java World

by bhenriet
A standardized object-relational mapping mechanism for the Java platform

2006

GLORP Generic Lightweight Object-Relational Persistence

by hernan
This is an open-source object-relational mapping layer for Smalltalk. Versions are available for VisualWorks 7 and 5i, VisualAge, Dolphin Smalltalk, Squeak and not-very-well-tested for VW 2.5 or 3. GLORP is a Camp Smalltalk Project, led by Alan Knight (mail). Its goal is to provide a simple, powerful framework for reading and writing objects from relational databases. It was originally sponsored by The Object People (although it is fully open source) and its concepts are reminiscent of TOPLink, though noticably different in some respects.

2005

Archiblog

by stratic & 1 other
Le blog d'un architecte du logiciel

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