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Init's MySQL instance for testing on Modli adapter
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Modli - MySQL Adapter

This module provides adapter for the MySQL
datasource for integration with Modli.

Installation

npm install modli-mysql --save

Config and Usage

When defining a property which will utilize the adapter it is required that a
tableName be supplied:

import { model, adapter, Joi, use } from 'modli';
import mysql from 'modli-mysql';

model.add({
  name: 'foo',
  version: 1,
  tableName: 'tblFoo'
  schema: {
    id: Joi.number().integer(),
    fname: Joi.string().min(3).max(30),
    lname: Joi.string().min(3).max(30),
    email: Joi.string().email().min(3).max(254).required()
  }
});

Then add the adapter as per usual with the following config object structure:

adapter.add({
  name: 'mysqlFoo',
  source: mysql
  config: {
    host: {HOST_IP},
    username: {USERNAME},
    password: {PASSWORD},
    database: {DATABASE}
  }
});

You can then use the adapter with a model via:

// Use(MODEL, ADAPTER)
const mysqlTest = use('foo', 'mysqlFoo');

Methods

The following methods exist natively on the MySQL adapter:

query

Allows for passing standard MySQL queries:

mysqlTest.query('SELECT * FROM tblFoo')
  .then(/*...*/)
  .catch(/*...*/);

createTable

Creates (IF NOT EXISTS) a table based on params:

mysqlTest.createTable({
    'id': [ 'INT', 'NOT NULL', 'AUTO_INCREMENT', 'PRIMARY KEY'],
    'fname': [ 'VARCHAR(255)' ],
    'lname': [ 'VARCHAR(255)' ],
    'email': [ 'VARCHAR(255)' ]
  })
  .then(/*...*/)
  .catch(/*...*/);

create

Creates a new record based on object passed:

mysqlTest.create({
    fname: 'John',
    lname: 'Smith',
    email: 'jsmith@gmail.com'
  })
  .then(/*...*/)
  .catch(/*...*/);

read

Runs a SELECT with optional WHERE:

mysqlTest.read('fname="John"')
  .then(/*...*/)
  .catch(/*...*/);

update

Updates record(s) based on query and body:

mysqlTest.update('fname="John"', {
    fname: 'Bob',
    email: 'bsmith@gmail.com'
  })
  .then(/*...*/)
  .catch(/*...*/);

patch

Patches (partial update) based on query and body:

mysqlTest.patch('fname="John"', {
    fname: 'Bob',
  })
  .then(/*...*/)
  .catch(/*...*/);

delete

Deletes record(s) based on query:

mysqlTest.delete('fname="Bob"')
  .then(/*...*/)
  .catch(/*...*/);

extend

Extends the adapter to allow for custom methods:

mysqlTest.extend('myMethod', () => {
  /*...*/
});

Development

The MySQL adapter requires the following enviroment variables to be set for
running the tests. These should be associated with the MySQL instance running
locally.

MODLI_MYSQL_HOST,
MODLI_MYSQL_USERNAME,
MODLI_MYSQL_PASSWORD,
MODLI_MYSQL_DATABASE

This repository includes a base container config for running locally which is
located in the /docker directory.

Makefile and Scripts

A Makefile is included for managing build and install tasks. The commands are
then referenced in the package.json scripts if that is the preferred
task method:

  • all (default) will run all build tasks
  • start will run the main script
  • clean will remove the /node_modules directories
  • build will transpile ES2015 code in /src to /build
  • test will run all spec files in /test/src
  • test-cover will run code coverage on all tests
  • lint will lint all files in /src

Testing

Running make test will run the full test suite. Since adapters require a data
source if one is not configured the tests will fail. To counter this tests are
able to be broken up.

Test Inidividual File

An individual spec can be run by specifying the FILE:

make test FILE=some.spec.js

The FILE is relative to the test/src/ directory.

Deploys

For deploying releases, the deploy TAG={VERSION} can be used where VERSION can be:

<newversion> | major | minor | patch | premajor

Both make {COMMAND} and npm run {COMMAND} work for any of the above commands.

License

Modli-MySQL is licensed under the MIT license. Please see LICENSE.txt for full details.

Credits

Modli-MySQL was designed and created at TechnologyAdvice.

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