Tag Archives: arangoDB

ArangoDB JavaScript driver

via arangodb/arangojs · GitHub.

The official ArangoDB JavaScript driver. This is the repository for the new driver starting with version 3.0.0. For the legacy 2.x version

Video: Is Multi-Model the Future of NoSQL?

In this presentation recorded on March 23, 2015, Max Neunhöffer shows you by means of concrete coding examples just how easy it is to develop NoSQL-backed apps in Node using ArangoDB. What’s ArangoDB? It’s is an open-source multi-model database that can store documents, graphs and key/value pairs. Using its convenient query language that covers all three data models one can easily develop high performance Node applications. If you are evaluating MongoDB or Redis or even a combination of the two, you should definitely have a look at ArangoDB.


via arangodb/arangodb · GitHub.

ArangoDB is a multi-model, open-source database with flexible data models for documents, graphs, and key-values. Build high performance applications using a convenient SQL-like query language or JavaScript extensions. Use ACID transactions if you require them. Scale horizontally with a few mouse clicks.

The supported data models can be mixed in queries and allow ArangoDB to be the aggregation point for your data.

To get started, try one of our 10 minutes tutorials in your favourite programming language or try one of ourArangoDB Cookbook recipes.

For the impatient: download and install ArangoDB. Start the server arangod and point your browser tohttp://

Python Object Wrapper for ArangoDB with built-in validation

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NoSQL is really cool, but in this harsh world it is impossible to live without field validation.

Key Features

  • Light and Simple interface
  • Built-in Validation of fields on seting or on saving
  • Caching of documents with Insertions and Lookups in O(1)

An easy to use python driver for ArangoDB with built-in validation

pyArango is still in active developpement, but it’s tested and perfectly usable. pyArango aims to be an easy to use driver for arangoDB with built in validation. Collections are treated as types that apply to the documents within. You can be 100% permissive or enforce schemas and validate fields on set, on save or on both. I am developping pyArango for the purpose of an other project and adding features as they are needed. Original Post>>