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Propel ORM Alternatives

The best Propel ORM alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Beego Web is official blog and documentation website for beego app web framework

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    TypeScript ORM for Node.js based on Data Mapper, Unit of Work and Identity Map patterns.

    Open Source

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    Hibernate an open source Java persistence framework project.

    Open Source

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    Dapper is a user-friendly object mapper for the .NET framework.

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    An object-relational mapper for PHP that provides transparent persistence for PHP objects.

    Open Source

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    MyBatis is a top-rated SQL-based data mapping solution used by Programmers, Software Engineers, and Database Architects for developing object-oriented software applications.

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    Provides access to a MySQL database by mapping database entries to objects and vice-versa.

    Open Source

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    See Comparison of Entity Framework vs NHibernate.

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    DBFlow is a super-fast, feature-rich, and easy-to-use ORM Android database library that automatically writes database-related code.

    Open Source

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    ORM for Java / Kotlin

    Open Source

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    Application and Data, Data Stores, and Object Relational Mapper (ORM)

    Open Source

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    The official NHibernate community site. Download NHibernate. Read blogs. Contribute to the NHibernate Wiki. Find reference documentation.

    Open Source

  14. Quick Objects is an all-in-one ORM solution for .NET Framework that offers several benefits, such as object-relational mapping, code reuse, code generation.

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