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From Michael Wall <>
Subject Re: Node.js Interaction with Accumulo
Date Thu, 27 Feb 2014 13:55:41 GMT
Although a little dated, there is also you could reference.  I recall
Jim's sticking point being the nodejs/thrift interaction which is why he
wrote  Cool stuff.

How's the performance?  Would love to see some benchmarks compared to query
with the Java API.


On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 7:27 AM, O'Neal, Christopher [USA] <
O'> wrote:

>  I'm not sure how much interest there is, but in an attempt to avoid
> writing Java code to push and pull data from Accumulo, I whipped up a
> pyaccumulo inspired package for Node.js to allow interaction through the
> Thrift proxy.  It's still super early on in development, but you should be
> able to do basic table operations, scanning and writing, while having a
> slightly more streamlined interface than the Thrift generated code.  I saw
> node-accumulo (, but it didn't
> really fill the need that I had for a library I could drop into an
> application and talk to Accumulo with.
>  The code is available at,
> and it's available on npm for use in any projects.  I know it's made my
> life a bit easier while using it the past couple days, so maybe someone
> else will find it useful too.
>  Chris

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