created_at2023-06-28 10:45:54.799526
updated_at2024-04-02 12:26:55.685196
descriptionPlugin to obtain a client connected to a Turso database



# Shuttle Turso This plugin allows services to connect to a Turso database. Turso is an edge-hosted distributed database based on libSQL, a SQLite fork. ## Usage **IMPORTANT**: Currently Shuttle isn't able to provision a database for you (yet). This means you will have to create an account on their [website]( and follow the few steps required to create a database and create a token to access it. Add `shuttle-turso` to the dependencies for your service by running `cargo add shuttle-turso`. This resource will be provided by adding the `shuttle_turso::Turso` attribute to your Shuttle `main` decorated function. It returns a `libsql::Connection`. When running locally it will instantiate a local SQLite database of the name of your service instead of connecting to your edge database. If you want to connect to a remote database when running locally, you can specify the `local_addr` parameter. In that case, the token will be read from your `` file. ### Example In the case of an Axum server, your main function will look like this: ```rust use libsql::Connection; use shuttle_axum::ShuttleAxum; #[shuttle_runtime::main] async fn app( #[shuttle_turso::Turso( addr="libsql://", token="{secrets.DB_TURSO_TOKEN}" )] client: Connection, ) -> ShuttleAxum {} ``` ### Parameters | Parameter | Type | Default | Description | | ---------- | ------------- | ------- | ----------- | | addr | `str` | `""` | URL of the database to connect to. Should begin with either `libsql://` or `https://`. | | token | `str` | `""` | The value of the token to authenticate against the Turso database. You can use string interpolation to read a secret from your `Secret.toml` file. | | local_addr | `Option` | `None` | The URL to use when running your service locally. If not provided, this will default to a local file named `.db` |
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