LoopBack connectors implement the data exchange logic to communicate with backend systems such as relational or NoSQL databases, or other REST, or SOAP API.
LoopBack connectors include:
- Built-in memory connector - Acts like a database connector, in that it supports standard query and create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations. It is intended for local development and testing.
- Database connectors - Connect to relational and NoSQL databases,
- Other connectors - Connect to REST or SOAP APIs and other backend systems.
- Community connectors - Connectors created, maintained, and supported by the LoopBack open-source community.