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CUBRID Node.js Driver Release Notes


2.1.0

Stable Release

Aug 30, 2013 (blog). Key highlights:

  • New usability features.
  • Major refactoring of buffer parsers.
  • Major refactoring of packet writers.
  • Major refacroting of queries queueing mechanism.
2.0.2

Stable Release

Apr 15, 2013: Key highlights:

  • Bug fixes for the commit and rollback functions.
  • Updated test cases suite to provide fixes coverage.
2.0.1

Stable Release

Apr 10, 2013: Key highlights:

  • Refactored Autocommit mode implementation.
  • Bug fixes for the query queue execute error with CUBRID SHARD.
  • Improved Result2Array functions for queries that do not return any records.
  • Updated test cases suite to provide fixes coverage.

2.0

Stable Release

Mar 11, 2013: Key highlights:

  • Added compatibility with CUBRID 9.1 release.
  • Support or queries queueing.
  • Support for LOB objects.
  • Support for database parameters.
  • Support for more database schema.
  • Support for separate Prepare and Execute protocol (for improved backward compatibility).
  • Code quality improvements.
  • Issues fixing.
  • New test cases.

1.1.1

Stable Release

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 result are keys.
  • Bug fixes for datetime type parsing and _sqlFormat function.
  • Updated test cases suite to provide fixes coverage.

1.1

Stable Release

Dec 24, 2012: oficial blog announcement. Key highlights:

  • We now follow "One driver to rule them all" concept. In other words, you can use node-cubrid with any version of CUBRID Database including 8.4.1, 8.4.3, and 9.0.0 (beta).
  • Updated NPM installer.
  • The new driver comes with many code fixes, bugs fixes, and design changes.
  • Rich database support: Connect, Query, Fetch, Execute, Commit, Rollback, DB Schema etc.
  • Out of the box driver events model.
  • 10.000+ LOC, including the driver test code and demos
  • New test cases added. Now 50+.
  • We have significantly refactored the code using JSHint/JSLint code analysis.
  • New documentation.
  • Created new tutorials that we will publish later.

1.0

Milestone 4: Stable Release

Oct 29, 2012: oficial blog announcement. Key highlights:

  • Oficial NPM installer.
  • Rich database support: Connect, Query, Fetch, Execute, Commit, Rollback, DB Schema, etc.
  • Out of the box driver events model
  • 10,000+ LOC, including the driver test code and demos
  • 50+ test cases
  • HTML documentation
  • User demos: E2E scenarios, web sites
  • User tutorial ...and many more!

1.0 beta

Milestone 3: Beta Release

Oct 3, 2012: oficial blog announcement. Key highlights:

  • Connect, Query, Fetch, Execute, Commit, Rollback, DB Schema, etc. - all have been implemented!
  • Events model
  • 9,000+ LOC, including the test code
  • 50+ test cases
  • nodeunit support
  • Documentation is now available.
  • E2E scenarios
  • 5 demos websites
  • ... and many more additions and improvements!

0.9.9

Milestone 2

Sep 17, 2012: oficial blog announcement. Key highlights:

  • https://github.com/CUBRID/node-cubrid project now contains 3,000+ LOC.
  • Connect/Close connection, Query/Close query, Fetch, Batch Execute, Set auto-commit, Commit, Rollback, Implicit Connect etc. are fully implemented.
  • More data types support implemented.
  • Complete driver events model implemented
  • 30+ functional test cases
  • 30+ unit tests
  • 3 E2E demos
  • 4 Web site full demos
  • Video demo
  • ... and many more additions and improvements

0.9.0

Milestone 1

Aug 23, 2012: oficial blog announcement. Key highlights:

  • Basic driver interfaces: Connect/Close, Query, Execute, Fetch, Close request etc. completed
  • 2.000+ LOC
  • 15+ functional test cases
  • 15+ unit tests
  • E2E demos
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