Simple guide to get a moor project up and running
Documentation & Guides
Welcome to moor
- Type safety: Instead of writing sql queries manually and parsing the
Listthat they return, moor turns rows into objects of your choice.
- Stream queries: Moor let's you "watch" your queries with zero additional effort. Any query can be turned into an auto-updating stream that emits new items when the underlying data changes.
- Fluent queries: Moor generates a Dart api that you can use to write queries and automatically get their results. Keep an updated list of all users with
select(users).watch(). That's it! No sql to write, no rows to parse.
- Typesafe sql: If you prefer to write sql, that's fine! Moor has an sql parser and analyzer built in. It can parse your queries at compile time, figure out what columns they're going to return and generate Dart code to represent your rows.
- Migration utils: Moor makes writing migrations easier thanks to utility functions like
.createAllTables(). You don't need to manually write your
CREATE TABLEstatements and keep them updated.
And much more! Moor validates data before inserting it, so you can get helpful error messages instead of just an sql error code. Of course, it supports transactions. And DAOs. And efficient batched insert statements. The list goes on.
Check out these in-depth articles to learn about moor and how to use its features.
Example apps using moor
Learn about some advanced features of moor
Write typesafe sql with moor
Run multiple queries atomically
Use moor on the web or other platforms
Work in progress documentation on moor internals
A set of CLI tools to interact with moor files
All platforms supported by moor, and how to use them
Packages contributed by the community
Guide on writing unit tests for moor databases