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Give your data the treatment it deserves with a framework-agnostic, datastore-agnostic JavaScript ORM built for ease of use and peace of mind. Works in Node.js and in the Browser.

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js-data-cloud-datastore

Cloud Datastore adapter for JSData

Quick Start

npm install --save gcloud js-data@beta js-data-cloud-datastore@beta

Here's a small sample for using js-data-cloud-datastore:

// Assumes that you have set the following environment variables:
//  GCLOUD_PROJECT
//  GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS

import express from 'express'
import store from './store'

const app = express()

app.route('/posts')
  .post('/', async function (req, res) {
    res.send(await store.create('post', req.body))
  })
  .get('/:id', async function (req, res) {
    res.send(await store.find('post', req.params.id))
	})
	.put('/:id', async function (req, res) {
    res.send(await store.update('post', req.params.id, req.body))
  })
  .delete('/:id', async function (req, res) {
    res.send(await store.destroy('post', req.params.id))
  })

app.listen(3000, function () {
  console.log('Example app listening on port 3000!')
})
// Assumes that you have set the following environment variables:
//  GCLOUD_PROJECT
//  GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS
import {CloudDatastoreAdapter} from 'js-data-cloud-datastore'

// Create an instance of CloudDatastoreAdapter
export default const adapter = new CloudDatastoreAdapter()
// Use Container instead of DataStore in Node.js
import {Container} from 'js-data'
import adapter from './adapter'

// Create a store to hold your Mappers
export default const store = new Container()

// Mappers in "store" will use the CloudDatastore adapter by default
store.registerAdapter('datastore', adapter, { default: true })

store.defineMapper('post')

Configuring the adapter

TODO

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