Message from JavaScript discussions

October 2020

— Yep i already fantasized about using it


It'll scan your class, and apply whatever changes are needed to the actual DB (creating tables, adding / removing / changing column types)

— And you just modify your class to update the table, and start the app

— And you're done

— And it just applies those changes on startup

— Omg the amount of time i spent for migrations..

— Well there are migrations here too

— For when there are complex changes or changes in production are safer with migrations ofc

— For example, there's no protection against just removing a column here

— So you don't want to synchronize in production really

— And sometimes changes are destructive

— Okay. I really want to test it out