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Andrew Podner:
Lithium Getting Stuff From Your Database
January 14, 2013 @ 10:36:31

Andrew Podner has a new post for those wanting to find out more about the Lithium framework and using models to work with your database.

Today I want to provide a tutorial on how to do some basic interaction with a database in Lithium, and I am going to rely on MySQL as a database for the purposes of this tutorial, although you have other options like MongoDB, as an example.

His example script uses the idea of "blog posts" stored in a MySQL table and code snippets are included showing how to:

  • Create the model class based off of the core Lithium one
  • Select all of the records from the table
  • Filter down the returned values with "magic finder" methods (like "findAllByStatus")

You can find out more about the framework in the project's documentation section of their site.

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