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Building a connector This article explains how to implement a new data source connector by walking through the MySQL connector implementation.
Cloudant connector The Cloudant connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to Cloudant data sources.
DB2 connector The DB2 connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to DB2 data sources.
DB2 for z/OS connector The loopback-connector-db2z connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to IBM® DB2® for z/OS® data sources.
DB2 iSeries connector The DB2 iSeries connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to DB2 iSeries data sources.
DashDB connector The DashDB connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to DashDB data sources.
Email connector The built-in email connectors enables applications to send email.
Informix connector The Informix connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to Informix data sources.
JSON-RPC connector The LoopBack JSON-RPC Connector enables LoopBack applications to call JSON-RPC services.
MQLight connector The MQ Light connector enables LoopBack applications to use the MQ Light messaging API.
Memory connector The built-in memory connector is persistent data source for development and testing.
MySQL connector The MySQL connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to MySQL data sources.
Oracle コネクタ Oracle コネクタを使うと、LoopBackアプリケーションが Oracle データソースに接続できます。
PostgreSQL connector The PostgreSQL connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to PostgreSQL data sources.
Push connector Installation If you haven’t yet installed the Push component, in your application root directory, enter: $ npm install loopback-component-push --save This will install the module from npm and add it as a dependency to the application’s  package.json file. Creating a push...
REST connector The REST connector enables LoopBack applications to interact with other (third party) REST APIs.
Redis connector The Redis connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to Redis data sources.
Remote connector The remote connector enables you to use a LoopBack application as a data source via REST.
SOAP connector The SOAP connector enables LoopBack applications to interact with SOAP-based web services.
SQL Server connector The SQL Server connector enables LoopBack applications to connect to Microsoft SQL Server data sources.
Storage connector The storage connector enables LoopBack applications to interact with files on cloud storage providers and the local (server) file system.
SOAP client and server (strong-soap)
Swagger connector The Swagger connector enables LoopBack applications to interact with other RESTful APIs described using the OpenAPI (Swagger) specification.
Redis key-value connector NOTE: This documentation page is an incomplete work in progress.