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- CUBRID Node.js API Overview
- CUBRID Node.js Tutorials
- Installation Instructions
[CUBRID Node.js Driver Installation Instructions|Node.js Driver Installation Instructions]
CUBRID Node.js Driver 1.1 is now available at NPM - blog
CUBRID Node.js Driver 1.0 Stable is now available at NPM - blog
CUBRID Node.js drive...
- CUBRID Node.js Driver
Node.js specific Questions and Answers
[CUBRID Node.js Driver Release Notes|Release Notes]
[CUBRID Node.js API Overview|N...
- CUBRID Node.js Driver Installation Instructions
- Besides the obvious way of downloading the driver code, there is a much easier way to install the driver – by using the NPM driver support. NPM is a Node.js package manager. As its name implies, you can use it to install node programs/modules which are registered in the ...
- CUBRID Node.js Driver Release Notes
Jan 15, 2013: Key highlights:
Added ActionQueue direct export from the node-cubrid module.
Added createDefaultCUBRIDDemodbConnection function wrapper.
Added the ObjectsArray function witch returns an array of objects where column names from the query r...
- Connecting to CUBRID through Node.js Driver
- Once everything is in place, let’s see how we write a simple program which does only one thing – connects to a CUBRID database. For simplicity, let’s assume we want to connect to a local CUBRID installation, in particular to the well-known demodb database.
- CUBRID Node.js 2.0 Tutorial – What’s new? (Part II)
- The 1st part of this tutorial was focused on the new queries queuing feature. In this 2nd part of the tutorial we will show you some other new features implemented in the 2.0 release:
Support for database parameters
LOB objects handling support
Extended database schema suppor...
- CUBRID Node.js 2.0 Tutorial - What’s new? (Part 1)
- Just in case you missed it - along with the CUBRID 9.1 engine stable release, we have also released the 2.0 Node.js CUBRID driver!
The scope of this tutorial is to introduce some of the new features we have implemented in this new version.
In this first part of the...
- Executing Queries with CUBRID Node.js Driver
- Executing a non-query SQL command
In the next example, we will see how we can use the batchExecute function. We will:
Create a table
Insert some data in the table
Drop the table
For simplicity, the error-handling code was removed. Remember, it is a best practice ...
- CUBRID Node.js Driver Documentation and Tests