What is QueryDSL?
It is an extensive Java framework, which allows for the generation of type-safe queries in a syntax similar to SQL. It currently has a wide range of support for various backends through the use of separate modules including JPA, JDO, SQL, Java collections, RDF, Lucene, Hibernate Search, and MongoDB
QueryDSL is a tool in the Java Tools category of a tech stack.
QueryDSL is an open source tool with 3.9K GitHub stars and 781 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to QueryDSL's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses QueryDSL?
10 companies reportedly use QueryDSL in their tech stacks, including Tech-Stack, truedoc-server, and MOVILL.
43 developers on StackShare have stated that they use QueryDSL.
Java, MongoDB, Gradle, Spring, and Eclipse are some of the popular tools that integrate with QueryDSL. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with QueryDSL.
- Working with raw SQL
- Non-persistent collections
- NoSQL databases
- Full-text search
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