This is a wrapper for `expo-sqlite` as it make it very easy to create, update and work with the database file

Usage no npm install needed!

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This is a wrapper for expo-sqlite as it make it very easy to create,update and work with the database file


 npm install expo-sqlite
 npm install expo-sqlite-wrapper

Installation for expo-sqlite read https://docs.expo.dev/versions/latest/sdk/sqlite/



import  { IBaseModule, TableStructor, ColumnType, IQueryResultItem } from 'expo-sqlite-wrapper'
export type TableNames = "Parents" | "Childrens";

export class Parent extends IBaseModule<TableNames>{
 name: string;
 email: string;
 // Using IQueryResultItem is optional, you could simple use Child[]
 children: IQueryResultItem<Child,TableNames>[];
 constructor(name:string, email: string ){
   this.name = name;
   this.email = email;
   this.children = [];
  static GetTableStructor() {
    return new TableStructor<Parent, TableNames>(
        { columnName: x=> x.id, columnType: ColumnType.Number, nullable: false, isPrimary: true, autoIncrement: true },
        { columnName: x=> x.name, columnType: ColumnType.String },
        //isUique acts as an Id too as the library will chack if there exist an item with the same field value and will update instead.
         { columnName: x=> x.email, columnType: ColumnType.String, isUique: true } 

export class Child extends IBaseModule<TableNames>{
 someFiel: string;
 parentId?: number;
 constructor(someFiel:string, parentId?: number ){
   this.someFiel = someFiel;
   this.parentId = parentId;
  static GetTableStructor() {
    return new TableStructor<Child, TableNames>(
        { columnName: x=> x.id, columnType: ColumnType.Number, nullable: false, isPrimary: true, autoIncrement: true },
        { columnName: x=> .name, columnType: ColumnType.String },
        { columnName: x=> x.parentId, columnType: ColumnType.Number, nullable: true },
        { contraintTableName: "Parents", contraintColumnName: "id", columnName: x=> x.parentId }

Setup dbContexts

import createDbContext, { IDatabase, IQueryResultItem, IBaseModule } from 'expo-sqlite-wrapper'
import * as SQLite from 'expo-sqlite';
const tables = [Parent.GetTableStructor(), Child.GetTableStructor()]
export default class DbContext {
  databaseName: string = "mydatabase.db";
  database: IDatabase<TableNames>;
  constructor() {
    this.database = createDbContext<TableNames>(tables, async () => SQLite.openDatabase(this.databaseName));

Using the dbContexts

const dbContext = new DbContext();
const App=()=> {

React.useEffect(()=> {
  // When the app start 
  const firstRun= async()=> {
  // this will create the database tables if it not already created
  await dbContext.database.setUpDataBase();

const addItem= async ()=> {
  var item = await dbContext.database.save(new Parent("testName", "test@gmail.com"));
  var child = await dbContext.database.save(new Child("testName",item.id));
  // There is many different way to select
  // the basic way 
  // this will be converted to [SELECT * FROM PARENTS WHERE name = ?] WHERE ? is the arguments
   var item = await dbContext.database.where<Parent>("Parents", { name: "testName"})
  // and there is a much uniqe way, for IQuery read below to see what you methods it containe
   var item = await dbContext.database.query<Parent>("Parents")
   .Column(x=> x.name)
   item.name= "test"
   // You could also load the children when using query
   // this will be converted to [Select * from Parents where (name in (?,?)) OR (email like %?%)] WHERE ? is the arguments.
   // Also make note that if arguments in IN() is empty or undefined the select Sats will remove the select for the column Name
   // and the select will be [Select * from Parents where (email like %?%)] the same for EqualTo etc..
    var item = await dbContext.database.query<Parent>("Parents")
     .Start().Column(x=> x.name).IN(["name", "testName"]).End()
     .Start().Column(x=> x.email).Contains("test@").End()
     .LoadChildren("Childrens", x=> x.id)
     .With<Child>(x=> x.parentId)
     .AssignTo(x=> x.children).toList();
     // You could also use simple sql 
    var item=  (await dbContext.database.find("Select * from Parents where (name in (?,?)) OR (email like %?%)", ["name", "testName","test@" ])) as Parent[];
    // you could also watch the db operation very easy.
    useEffect(()=> {
     var watcher = dbContext.database.watch<Parent>("Parents");
     watcher.onSave = async (item, operation)=> {
       // operation = "INSERT" OR "UPDATE"
     watcher.onDelete = async (item)=> {
     return ()=> watcher.removeWatch();


interface IQuery<T, D extends string> {
    Column: <B>(item: ((x: T) => B)|string) => IQuery<T, D>;
    EqualTo: (value: SingleValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    Contains:  (value: StringValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    StartWith:  (value: StringValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    EndWith:  (value: StringValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    NotEqualTo: (value: SingleValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    EqualAndGreaterThen: <B>(value: NumberValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    EqualAndLessThen: (value: NumberValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    Start: () => IQuery<T, D>;
    End: () => IQuery<T, D>;
    OR: () => IQuery<T, D>;
    AND: () => IQuery<T, D>;
    GreaterThan: (value: NumberValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    LessThan: (value: ((x: T) => B) | NumberValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    IN: (value: ArrayValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    NotIn: (value: ArrayValue) => IQuery<T, D>;
    Null: () => IQuery<T, D>;
    NotNull: () => IQuery<T, D>;
    // Load array
    LoadChildren: <B>(childTableName: D, parentProperty: ((x: T) => B)|string) => IChildQueryLoader<B, T, D>;
    // load object
    LoadChild: <B>(childTableName: D, parentProperty: ((x: T) => B)|string) => IChildQueryLoader<B, T, D>
    // get the first item or undefined
    firstOrDefault: () => Promise<IQueryResultItem<T, D> | undefined>;
    // Try to find the Queried item if not found then insert item and return it from the database.
    findOrSave: (item: IBaseModule<D>) => Promise<IQueryResultItem<T, D>>;
    // return a list
    toList: () => Promise<IQueryResultItem<T, D>[]>;
    getQueryResult: () => IQuaryResult<D>;


export interface IDatabase<D extends string> {
    // the columns for the current table
    allowedKeys: (tableName: D) => Promise<string[]>;
    // convert object to IQueryResultItem
    asQueryable: <T>(item: IBaseModule<D>, tableName?: D) => Promise<IQueryResultItem<T, D>>
    // add a watcher for the selected table, this is a global watch. 
    // no matter which dbContext you use it will trigger when a change to the database item for the selected table is chaged
    watch: <T>(tableName: D) => IWatcher<T, D>;
    // start a Query
    query: <T>(tableName: D) => IQuery<T, D>;
    find: (query: string, args?: any[], tableName?: D) => Promise<IBaseModule<D>[]>
    // insert or update depends on Id or isUique columns
    save: <T>(item?: IBaseModule<D> | (IBaseModule<D>[]), insertOnly?: Boolean, tableName?: D) => Promise<T[]>;
    where: <T>(tableName: D, query?: any | T) => Promise<T[]>;
    // delete an item, there is no check for contraint values, so make sure you do that befor you delete the item
    delete: (item: IBaseModule<D> | (IBaseModule<D>[]), tableName?: D) => Promise<void>;
    // execute a query
    execute: (query: string, args?: any[]) => Promise<boolean>;
    // drop all tables in the database
    dropTables: () => Promise<void>;
    // Check and create table if not exist. this only run once when the app start else set forceCheck= true to check again
    setUpDataBase: (forceCheck?: boolean) => Promise<void>;
    // check if the modules differ from the database table.
    // You will have to apply those changes your selef. You could make an ApplyChanges and get the values then drops all tables and 
    // recreated it using setUpDataBase(true) then insert it them again. 
    tableHasChanges: (item: TablaStructor<D>) => Promise<boolean>;


If you use obfuscator-io-metro-plugin and use IQuery expression eg Column(x=> x.name) then you should have those settings below. as the obfuscator will rewite all properties and the library can not read those.

const jsoMetroPlugin = require("obfuscator-io-metro-plugin")(
    compact: false,
    sourceMap: true,
    controlFlowFlattening: true,
    controlFlowFlatteningThreshold: 0, // Very Importend
    numbersToExpressions: true,
    simplify: true,
    shuffleStringArray: true,
    splitStrings: true,
    stringArrayThreshold: 0 // Very Importend
    runInDev: false /* optional */,
    logObfuscatedFiles: true /* optional generated files will be located at ./.jso */,
      "./index.android.bundle.map" /* optional  only works if sourceMap: true in obfuscation option */,

Otherwise if you still want to use more advanced obfuscator settings then you should use Column("name") instead of expression x=> x.name as the library could still read the string and count it as a column.

This Library is new and I am using it for my project and decided too put it on npm, so there may be some issues discovered later. Please report those so I could make sure to fix them.