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DynamoDB Libraries, Mappers, and Mock Implementations

A list of DynamoDB libraries covering quite a few popular languages and frameworks:

DynamoDB Libraries, Mappers, and Mock Implementations

A couple of things I’ve noticed (and that could be helpful to other NoSQL database companies):

  1. Amazon provides official libraries for a couple of major programming languages (Java, .NET, PHP, Ruby)
  2. Amazon is not shy to promote libraries that are not official, but established themselves as good libraries (e.g. Python’s Boto)
  3. The list doesn’t seem to include anything for C and Objective C (Objective C is the language of iOS and Mac apps)

Original title and link: DynamoDB Libraries, Mappers, and Mock Implementations (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2012/04/amazon-dynamodb-libraries-mappers-and-mock-implementations-galore.html


NoSQL News & Links 2010-04-16

  1. Tarek Ziadé: ☞ A Firefox plugin experiment. XUL, Bottle and Redis
  2. Andreas Jung: ☞ Looking beyond one’s own nose - looking at RabbitMQ and MongoDB

    Unsorted remarks on RabbitMQ and MongoDB plus some benchmarks with mass data

  3. Franck Cuny: ☞ presque, a Redis / Tatsumaki based message queue. Perl and Redis baby!
  4. Mark Atwood: ☞ Reacting to “Memcached is not a store”. IMO, it is as much as a store as any dict/hash you’ve been using. Well, a bit more.
  5. okram: ☞ pipes. A lot of activity around graph databases lately:

    Pipes is a graph-based data flow framework written in Java 1.6+. A process graph (also known as a Kahn process network) is composed of a set of process vertices connected to one another by a set of communication edges. Each process can run independent of the others and as such, concurrency is a natural consequence as data is transformed in a pipelined fashion from input to output.