[dependencies] sofa = "0.6"
This crate is an interface to CouchDB HTTP REST API. Works with stable Rust.
Does not support
After trying most crates for CouchDB in Rust (
couchdb in particular), none of them fit our needs hence
the need to create our own.
No async I/O (yet), uses a mix of Reqwest and Serde under the hood, with a few nice abstractions out there.
NOT 1.0 YET, so expect changes
Supports CouchDB 2.0 and up.
Be sure to check CouchDB's Documentation in detail to see what's possible.
Make sure that you have an instance of CouchDB 2.0+ running, either via the
docker-compose.yml file or by yourself. It must be listening on
the default port.
cargo test -- --test-threads=1
Single-threading the tests is very important because we need to make sure that the basic features are working before actually testing features on dbs/documents.
CouchDB has a nice name, and I wanted to reflect that.
Licensed under either of these:
- Apache License, Version 2.0, (LICENSE-APACHE or https://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
- MIT license (LICENSE-MIT or https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)
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Client handles the URI manipulation logic and the HTTP calls to the CouchDB REST API. It is also responsible for the creation/access/destruction of databases.
Database holds the logic of making operations on a CouchDB Database (sometimes called Collection in other NoSQL flavors such as MongoDB).
Document abstracts the handling of JSON values and provides direct access
and casting to the fields of your documents You can get access to the
fields via the implementation of the
Memory-optimized, iterable document collection, mostly returned in calls
that involve multiple documents results Can target a specific index through
Used inside a
Trait that provides methods that can be used to switch between abstract