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RabbitORM - ORM based on Eloquent and Doctrine for CodeIgniter 3 - fabiomazzo - 06-07-2016

I made changes in fork of an ORM based on Eloquent to meet the needs of a project, and I decided to create a new project and open it.

The RabbitORM is based on Eloquent and will support annotations (in next release -  for now only the annotation @Entity is supported).

Suggestions and contributions are welcome, today launched the first release.

I am actively working on the project and it is fully functional.

https://github.com/fabiocmazzo/rabbit-orm


RE: RabbitORM - ORM based on Eloquent and Doctrine for CodeIgniter 3 - dgvirtual - 09-26-2016

(06-07-2016, 07:32 PM)fabiomazzo Wrote: I made changes in fork of an ORM based on Eloquent to meet the needs of a project, and I decided to create a new project and open it.

I was reading the documentation and I am missing one thing. The examples cover relationships on retrieving database data. What about the write operations? Say, I want to save an article with tags. Would I have to make two save() calls, one for the article, and another for the tags, or can I do it with one call?


RE: RabbitORM - ORM based on Eloquent and Doctrine for CodeIgniter 3 - chrismartinez99 - 01-17-2018

I know this is old, but I just found out about RabittORM, is there an answer to this?