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# Database Support
-> _Note: You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _Note: You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
Sails uses [Waterline](https://github.com/balderdashy/waterline) as its ORM, and supports all databases which have waterline adapters:
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-> _Note: You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _Note: You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
This example uses the [bcrypt](https://github.com/ncb000gt/node.bcrypt.js) module to securely encrypt and compare passwords.
By default, the login action would be triggered in response to requests for /session/login; this behavior can be configured using [custom routes](https://github.com/balderdashy/sails/wiki/routes).
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-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
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Building Your Own Adapters
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# Migration Guide
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
Sail 0.9.x is a major upgrade from 0.8.x and you will need to make some changes in order for your application
to be compatible with the new version. This guide will walk you through what has changed and what you
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# What is Sails?
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
Sails makes it easy to build custom, enterprise-grade Node.js apps. It is designed to resemble the MVC architecture from frameworks like Ruby on Rails, but with support for the more modern, data-oriented style of web app development.
You can do all the things you're used to with MVC frameworks like CakePHP, Grails, Symfony, etc., but Sails is especially good for building APIs, single page apps/sites, and realtime features like chat.
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# Asset Management
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
Sails uses a very powerful tool called [Grunt](https://github.com/gruntjs/grunt) to manage assets.
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# Assets
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
Assets refer to anything (js, css, html, images, etc) that needs to be accessible to the outside world.
The `assets` folder is where all of your assets will go, and will be served as static assets.
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#Socket Configuration
-> _Note: You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you&rsquo;re looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _Note: You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you&rsquo;re looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
These configuration options provide transparent access to Sails&rsquo; encapsulated pubsub/socket server for complete customizability.
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#Configuration
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
###Contents:
####[404](https://github.com/balderdashy/sails-wiki/blob/0.9/config.404.md)
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#Controllers
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
## What is a Controller?
Sails controllers work very similarly to controllers in other MVC frameworks. Think of controllers
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# Adapters
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
####*See [sails-adapter-boilerplate](https://github.com/balderdashy/sails-adapter-boilerplate) for a quick start guide.*
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# Deploying your Sails.js application
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
## Before You Deploy
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# Models
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
Like most MVC frameworks, Sails provides an ORM (Object Relational Mapping) called
[Waterline](https://github.com/balderdashy/waterline) for normalizing interactions with models,
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# Policies (ACL)
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
So, you don&rsquo;t want your mom to access your secret stash of ... code? Here's how you can make that happen.
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#Routes
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
This table routes urls to controllers/actions.
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#Services
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
Alright. Close your eyes, and take a deep breath. You are on a beautiful torpical island, in the middle of the ocean.
The sun bathes you in its warm glow as you stare out at the horizon. The waves splash calmly on the shore, just inches
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# Sockets / Pubsub
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
## Contents
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# Translation (i18n)
-> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.0 documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
+> _**Note:** You are viewing the Sails.js v0.9.x documentation. If you're looking for information on v0.8.x, please visit [here](http://08x.sailsjs.org)._
## Locale
All locale files live under `config/locales`. Here is where you can add locale data as JSON key-value pairs. The name of the file should match the language that you are supporting, which allows for automatic language detection based on the user request.

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