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Simple and efficient ActiveRecord data abstraction for MongoDB
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Really simple Activedocument for MongoDB ---------------------------------------- MongoDB is a very powerful database, high performance and amicable. I wrote an article about it, http://www.phpclasses.org/blog/post/118-Developing-scalable-PHP-applications-using-MongoDB.html ActiveMongo, is a simple yet efficient MongoDB abstraction, following the Activedocument pattern. Visit http://crodas.org/activemongo.php for further details. Comments, patches, bug reports are welcome to the blog post, my personal e-mail address, email@example.com What it does now: - Handle MongoDB connection, connecting once when it is needed - Define a Collection as a class - Abstracts iteration over a dataset - Efficient save() which creates or updates efficiently (using $unset, $set) a document - Provides simple queries interface, but allows to get MongoCollection for complex queries in sub-classes - Delete current object, Drop() table - Support filtering per property - Support for efficient updates on nested documents - Support Hooks: - pre_save($operation, Array &$document): Right before to perform and insert or update - on_save(): When a document is created - on_update(): When a document is updated - on_iterate(): On iteration, when the cursor moves to the next document - Support simple yet useful collection installation, useful to create indexes and shard keys. - Efficient references to another document, and an efficient way to load it (with one query if possible) - Dynamic References (AKA, save a query to execute later) TODO: - PHP Streams support for GridFS - Tools for setup and manage a sharded environment