PostgresBridge

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🐘 Pure SwifQL+NIO bridge to Postgres
SwifQL/PostgresBridge

MIT License Swift 5.2 Github Actions Swift.Stream

Bridge to PostgreSQL

Work with Postgres with SwifQL through its pure NIO driver.

Installation

.package(url: "https://github.com/SwifQL/PostgresBridge.git", from:"1.0.0-rc"),
.package(url: "https://github.com/SwifQL/VaporBridges.git", from:"1.0.0-rc"),
.target(name: "App", dependencies: [
    .product(name: "Vapor", package: "vapor"),
    .product(name: "PostgresBridge", package: "PostgresBridge"),
    .product(name: "VaporBridges", package: "VaporBridges")
]),

For more info please take a look at the Bridges repo.

Advanced use cases:

Type safe identifiers

If want to use custom identifiers which under the hood stores any kind of core Swift data type like Int, String, UUID etc. they won't be decoded from PostgreSQL table without conforming this identifier to PostgresDataConvertible

Below is example of Identifier implementation described in this blog post with added Encodable conformance.

struct IdentifierType<T, KeyType: Codable>: Codable, PostgresDataConvertible where KeyType: PostgresDataConvertible {
    let wrappedValue: KeyType
    
    // PostgresDataConvertible requirement
    public static var postgresDataType: PostgresDataType {
        KeyType.postgresDataType
    }
    
    // PostgresDataConvertible requirement
    public init?(postgresData: PostgresData) {
        guard let wrappedValue = KeyType.init(postgresData: postgresData) else { return nil }
        self.init(wrappedValue)
    }

    // PostgresDataConvertible requirement
    public var postgresData: PostgresData? {
        wrappedValue.postgresData
    }

    init(_ wrappedValue: KeyType) {
        self.wrappedValue = wrappedValue
    }

    init(from decoder: Decoder) throws {
        let container = try decoder.singleValueContainer()
        self.wrappedValue = try container.decode(KeyType.self)
    }

    func encode(to encoder: Encoder) throws {
        var container = encoder.singleValueContainer()
        try container.encode(wrappedValue)
    }
}

struct Author: Codable {
    typealias Identifier = IdentifierType<Author, UUID>
    
    let id: Identifier
    // ...
}

struct Category: Codable {
    typealias Identifier = IdentifierType<Category, UUID>
    
    let id: Identifier
    // ...
}

struct Book: Codable {
    typealias Identifier = IdentifierType<Book, UUID>
    
    let id: Identifier
    // ...
    let categoryID: Category.Identifier
    let authorIds: [Author.Identifier]
}

With such implementation both categoryID and authorIds will be properly decoded to form Book object. Without such addition only categoryID is properly decoded

Description

  • Swift Tools 5.2.0
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Last updated: Thu Sep 29 2022 16:13:06 GMT-0500 (GMT-05:00)