Objectkitchen is small object-oriented database written in Java. It is currently only usable from PHP, but libraries for other languages (Ruby and Java) are currently being written. You use objectkitchen to store your data in objects, with relations to other objects handled simply by setting the value of an instance variable to another object. Objectkitchen is currently tuned to handle many requests to small datasets, such as those found in most Web sites.
|Tags||Database Database Engines/Servers|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Performance updates and some fixes for string handling bugs.
Release Notes: This is almost a pure performance release. However, some users using a 4.2.x version of PHP will also find that this latest release includes a work-around for a bug in the sort method on the list object.
Release Notes: This release adds the first constraint-based select methods (getListMatching, getBulkListMatching, and getFirstMatch). It also contains numerous bugfixes and performance optimizations. This update is highly recommended for all users.
Release Notes: Several performance enhancements and a few small bugfixes as well as methods for retrieving single objects from their id.
Release Notes: It is now possible to use lists as attributes on objects.