A Node.js PostgreSQL client with runtime and build time type safety, and composable SQL.
A swipeable cards interface. The swipe-left/swipe-right for yes/no input. As seen in apps like Jelly and Tinder.
redux-immutable is used to create an equivalent function of Redux combineReducers that works with Immutable.js state.
Huge fan of this change. I was doing this myself with a small wrapper around slonik. Glad to see this is part of the interface.
Thanks for dropping a comment!
I realize it is a controversial change, but it is one that is for the greater good. Ever since we adopted this pattern, it is like something clicked in my brain – this is how it should have been, always. No downsides, just a huge upside.
The company behind it recently raised USD 80m, so at least we know it is not running out of dry powder.
Keep in mind that for many it has been a holiday season.
Also, there are changes merged as recently as 16 hours ago.
Not ones that we are maintain, but there appear to be a few on GitHub
That being said, I will publish an article about how we do it, since our setup is quite advanced and powerful.
Will update this thread when it is out.
As a quick update, my views expressed in an earlier comment are no longer an accurate representation of the current stance on database migrations.
For the last two years we've been using Flyway and it hasn't let us down once. I've updated documentation to mention Flyway and other alternatives.