This is a very early technology preview. It is not yet intended to be used for mission-critical applications. Things may not work, or not work as expected. Comments and bug reports are welcome.
What is EdgeDB?
EdgeDB is an open-source object-relational database that helps you write better software with less effort. EdgeDB organizes data as a graph of strongly-typed objects and provides an expressive query language which allows to manipulate complex data hierarchies with ease.
- strict, strongly typed schema;
- powerful and expressive query language;
- built-in support for schema migrations;
- native GraphQL support;
- PostgreSQL as the foundation.
What EdgeDB is not
EdgeDB is not a graph database: the data is stored and queried using relational database techniques. Unlike most graph databases, EdgeDB maintains a strict schema.
EdgeDB is not a document database, but inserting and querying hierarchical document-like data is trivial.
EdgeDB is not a traditional object database, despite the classification, it is not an implementation of OOP persistence.
If you are interested in trying EdgeDB, please refer to the Quickstart section of the documentation.
The EdgeDB documentation can be found at edgedb.com/docs.
The code in this repository is developed and distributed under the Apache 2.0 license. See LICENSE for details.