SQLDelight generates Java models from your SQL CREATE TABLE statements. These models give you a typesafe API to read & write the rows of your tables. It helps you to keep your SQL statements together, organized, and easy to access from Java.
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SQLDelight generates typesafe kotlin APIs from your SQL statements. It verifies your schema, statements, and migrations at compile-time and provides IDE features like autocomplete and refactoring which make writing and maintaining SQL simple.
SQLDelight understands your existing SQL schema.
CREATE TABLE hockey_player ( id INTEGER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, name TEXT NOT NULL, number INTEGER NOT NULL );
It generates typesafe code for any labeled SQL statements.
SQLDelight supports a variety of dialects and platforms:
PostgreSQL (JVM) (Experimental)
HSQL/H2 (JVM) (Experimental)
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