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hive_sql

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Rails compatible gem that provides full DB connection and models to HiveSQL.io
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 Dependencies

Development

~> 2.0, >= 2.0.1
>= 1.0.0, ~> 1.0
~> 5.10, >= 5.10.3
~> 0.6, >= 0.6.4
>= 1.0.0, ~> 1.0
>= 12.1.0, ~> 12.1
~> 0.5, >= 0.5.5
~> 0.11, >= 0.11.2
~> 0.9, >= 0.9.16

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 Project Readme

Hive SQL

Access HiveSQL.io data from your ruby/rails application.

Gem Version Inline docs Yard Docs

How to Subscribe

Note: HiveSQL is a monthly subscription. To use this gem, you must subscribe to @hivesql and store the credentials as environment variables.

See: https://hivesql.io

Installation

First, install ruby. One way to do this is install rvm. Once ruby is installed, install hive_sql with the gem command:

gem install hive_sql

Or, add it to your Gemfile:

gem 'hive_sql'

How To Use (Standalone)

gem install hive_sql
export HIVESQL_HOST=<your hivesql host>
export HIVESQL_USERNAME=<your hivesql username>
export HIVESQL_PASSWORD=<your hivesql password>
hive_sql top upvoted

The above example will query the top upvoted content for the last 7 days.

Models

  • Account
  • Block
    • Transaction
      • various operations
  • Comment
  • Community
    • Role
    • Subscriber
  • Follower
  • Reblog
  • Tag
  • Token
  • Witness

Followers

How to query today's followers:

followers = HiveSQL::Tx::Custom::Follow
followers.following(:alice).today.count

Reblog

How to query today's reblogs:

reblogs = HiveSQL::Tx::Custom::Reblog
reblogs.author(:alice).today.count

Account Witness Proxy

How to query current accounts that are actively using a proxy:

proxied = HiveSQL::Tx::AccountWitnessProxy.active('alice')
proxied.pluck(:account)

Applications

How to query comments by application:

comments = HiveSQL::Comment.app('esteem').where(author: 'good-karma')

Get in touch!

If you're using HiveSQL with ruby, I'd love to hear from you. Drop me a line and tell me what you think! I'm @inertia on Hive.

Please note that this gem just provides access to the HiveSQL data services are provided by @arcange.

License

I don't believe in intellectual "property". If you do, consider Radiator as licensed under a Creative Commons CC0 License.