I had a very stimulating and interessting discussion with a colleague about ORM and its pros and cons. In my opinion, an ORM is useful only in the rarest cases. At least in my experience. But I don't ...
It is always stated that it is hard to store applications objects in relational databases - the object-relational impedance mismatch - and that is why Document databases are better. However, is there ...
I was raised in a part of web developmentland where the creation of websites is mostly synonymous with Wordpress, FTP, Joomla, and procedural code, instead of things like TDD, A/B testing, Doctrine, ...
I am using PetaPoco micro-ORM. It is indeed very easy and secure to work with databases using ORM tools, but the only thing I hate is extra code. I used to put most of the code in the database itself ...
What are the non-technical reasons that make Object-Relational Mapping tools (ORMs) so difficult to write?
I know the technical pitfalls of writing an ORM are pretty well-known nowadays, but what are some non-technical factors (e.g., Scope) that make it difficult to writing a good ORM? EDIT: I have ...
I'd like to hear from those who have used Doctrine 2 (or later) and Propel 1.5 (or later). Most comparisons between these two object relational mappers are based on old versions -- Doctrine 1 versus ...
I'll start by saying that I've done 95% of my database work using SQL. Recently, I did some investigation of various ORMs, such as NHibernate and Doctrine. I can see the advantages of not needing to ...
In a django project, if a situation comes that Django ORM is not able to execute some complex queries then there are 2 options: Use Raw Sql queries Use SqlAlchemy I want to know if there are ...
I have started using ORM technology in the last few years. My first exposure was NHibernate. I then moved onto Linq 2 Sql, and Entity Framework. The issue I have however is, there are some ...