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iOS-Swift-Controls/SwiftSQL-sqlite 0.1.0
Swift API for SQLite
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SwiftSQL

SwiftSQL is a micro Swift SQLite wrapper, solid and meticulously documented. It maps directly to the SQLite concepts and doesn't introduce anything beyond them.

SwiftSQLExt introduces some basic conveniences on top of it.

SwiftSQL was created for Pulse where it is embedded internally. The entire library fits just under 300 lines of code, but gets you 80% there.


Usage

SQLConnection

To start reading or writing to a database, you need to open a connection.

let db = try SQLConnection(url: storeURL)

By default, the database is opened in readwrite mode and is created if it doesn't exist. SQLConnection has multiple options for opening the database.

SQLStatement

An instance of SQLStatement represents a single SQL statement that has been compiled into binary form and is ready to be evaluated.

Think of each SQL statement as a separate computer program. The original SQL text is source code. A prepared statement object is the compiled object code. All SQL must be converted into a prepared statement before it can be run.

Lifecycle

The life-cycle of a prepared statement object usually goes like this:

  1. Create the prepared statement object using a connection:
let statement = try db.prepare("""
INSERT INTO Users (Name, Surname)
VALUES (?, ?)
""")

Once you compiled the statement, use statement.info to get additional information about it.

  1. Bind values to parameters using one of the bind() methods. The provided values must be one of the data types supported by SQLite (see SQLDataType for more info)
try statement.bind("John", "Appleseed")
  1. Execute the statement.
// Use `execute()` to execute a statement
try statement.execute()

// If the statement returns multiple SQL rows, you can step in a loop
// and use `column()` family of methods to retrieve values for the current row. 
while try statement.step() {
    let name: String = statement.column(at: 0)
}
  1. (Optional) To reuse the compiled statementt, reset it and go back to step 2, do this zero or more times.
try statement.reset()

The compiled statement is going to be automatically destroyed when the SQLStatement object gets deallocated.

Chaining

All of the methods outlined in the previous section are chainable:

try db.prepare("INSERT INTO Users (Name) VALUES (?)")
    .bind("Alex")
    .execute()

SQLDataType

SQLDataType makes it possible to use native Swift types to work with SQLite. Supported types:

  • Int
  • Int32
  • Int64
  • String
  • Data

To add support for custom data types, like Bool or Date, see Advanced Usage Guide

Extensions

SwiftSQLExt introduces some basic conveniences on top the core framework.

Mapping Rows

Add conformance to SQLRowDecodable to use convenience APIs for converting rows into your model entities.

// Fetch all of the rows
let users = try db
    .prepare("SELECT Name, Level FROM Users ORDER BY Level ASC")
    .rows(User.self)
    
// Or only the next row
statement.row(User.self)

// Or the next N rows
statement.rows(User.self, count: 50)

Minimum Requirements

SwiftSQL Swift Xcode Platforms
SwiftSQL 0.1 Swift 5.2 Xcode 11.3 iOS 11.0 / watchOS 4.0 / macOS 10.13 / tvOS 11.0

License

SwiftSQL is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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