I'm aware of a few ORMs and libraries, but apparently nothing considered as a go-to as Mongoose, for example. Waterline (part of Sails.js) seems promising, but I'd like a second opinion.
Pretty please: don't tell me to just use MongoDB; it's not a great database, library support notwithstanding. I have reasons to use SQL in this particular project, and Postgres has amazing NoSQL-in-SQL features that make it a better choice. Cheers!
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