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./entities directory you will find a
./entities/User.js class describing an example User database entity (table).
Here is a
4min video explaining what UML is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI6lqHOVHic
We are going to be creating the Entity Relationship Diagram for your StarWars Blog Database, a very similar diagram to this one:
🔥 You can use this FREE tool to practice your diagram for the first time: https://app.quickdatabasediagrams.com/#/d/
This boilerplate already comes with everything you need: a postgres database, the typescript configuration, and the TypeORM configuration.
Every time you want to generate your diagram just type:
$ npm run diagram and it will print a URL link to your diagram image.
Start by reading the documentation on how to create entities using TypeORM.
Your Job is to update the
./entities/ directory with the files and code needed to replicate the StarWars data model.
The project is using the TypeORM Node.js library to generate the database.
Userthat will represent your blog users.
$ npm run diagramon the console.