Welcome to pyArango’s documentation!

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pyArango is a python driver for the NoSQL database ArangoDB written by Tariq Daouda. It has a very light interface and built in validation. pyArango is distributed under the ApacheV2 Licence and the full source code can be found on github.

Key Features

pyArango is geared toward the developer. It’s here to help to you develop really cool apps using ArangoDB, really fast.

  • Light and Simple interface
  • Built-in Validation of fields on setting or on saving
  • Support for all index types
  • Supports graphs, traversals and all types of queries
  • Caching of documents with Insertions and Lookups in O(1)

Collections are treated as types that apply to the documents within. That means that you can define a Collection and then create instances of this Collection in several databases. The same goes for graphs

In other words, you can have two databases cache_db and real_db each of them with an instance of a Users Collection. You can then be assured that documents of both collections will be subjected to the same validation rules. Ain’t that cool?

You can be 100% permissive or enforce schemas and validate fields, on set, on save or both.

Installation:

From PyPi:

pip install pyArango

For the latest version:

git clone https://github.com/tariqdaouda/pyArango.git
cd pyArango
python setup.py develop

Quickstart:

pyArango’s github has list of examples to get you started here.

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