Welcome to the latest episode in our series of articles designed to help you get started with OceanBase, a next-generation distributed relational database. Building on our previous guides, where we connected OceanBase to a Sveltekit app and built an e-commerce app with Flask and OceanBase, we now turn our attention to integrating OceanBase into a Node.js project using the popular Sequelize ORM and the Express server.

Sequelize is a promise-based Node ORM that supports the dialects for PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, SQLite, and of course, OceanBase. It offers a robust set of features for model querying and manipulation. Express, on the other hand, is a minimal and flexible Node web application framework that provides a powerful set of features for web and mobile applications.

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