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March 12, 2016, 09:46

Now that the ranting fever is over, I will concede that ORM-s are useful, in the simple case where you need one or more rows from the same table (no joins). I don't use them to express 1-1, 1-N or M-N relationships, though, those would usually produce more queries than needed.

Bottom line is, with or without ORM-s, one has to know SQL in order to produce an acceptably fast and secure application; for example generating queries as strings and interpolating variables PHP-style, "select * from Users where id = $userid", should be strictly forbidden.

ORM-s are not frameworks, OTOH.

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