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Manage ArangoDB collections, documents, relations and routes
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What is TypeArango?

It manages ArangoDB collections, documents, relations and routes by taking advantage of TypeScript's typings. It comes with a fast and easy to use permission system, provides an ORM, event listeners, documented endpoints as well as plenty of other tools to make it fun to build REST APIs in a declarative & elegant manner.
TypeArango is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.
TypeArango is an open source tool with 49 GitHub stars and 16 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to TypeArango's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses TypeArango?

TypeArango Integrations

TypeArango's Features

  • ArangoDB Foxx integration
  • Open Source
  • TypeScript typings

TypeArango Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to TypeArango?
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