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$ npm install --save inra-server-sequelize
const database = new Database(config, autoconnect);
Tries to establish a connection with the given database's configuration. Disables
operatorsAliases for security purposes.
database.connect() .then(…) .catch(…);
Creates relations between each model. This is automatically executed on
.connect but might come handy when implementing migrations and seeders.
Creates relations between each model and synchronises the database with provided models.
database.sync() .then(…) .catch(…);
Loads a model and saves it for further usage.
We want contributing to Inra Server to be fun, enjoyable, and educational for anyone, and everyone. Changes and improvements are more than welcome! Feel free to fork and open a pull request. If you have found any issues, please report them here - they are being tracked on GitHub Issues.
We have prepared multiple commands to help you develop
inra-server-sequelize on your own. Don't forget to install all
Node.js dependencies from npm. You will need a local copy of Node.js installed on your machine.
$ npm install
$ npm run <command>
|Deletes builds and cache|
|Fixes Lint errors|
|Checks Flow errors|
|Checks for style guide errors and runs tests|