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Rest-mongo: Yet Another Mapping Tool for MongoDB

Rest-mongo is a javascript library for NodeJS and the browser. On the node’s side it features an ORM in front of a Mongo DB. On the client’s side, it features the same ORM but with a REST API backend. The server-side part can also expose the REST API needed by the client (but there is no notion of authorizations yet). It works by specifying a JS schema of your data (schema that can be shared by both your client and server code).

Even if Node.js is cool, are you sure there aren’t enough mapping tools for document databases?

Original title and link for this post: Rest-mongo: Yet Another Mapping Tool for MongoDB (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)