One of the handy things Oracle does with dates is allow manipulation with standard arithmetic. Want tomorrow's date? Add one. Want a week ago? Subtract seven. Postgres does something close with its INTERVAL syntax, under the explanation that we don't necessarily want to make assumptions about what is being added to a date or timestamp. […]
PostgreSQL 9.5 has introduced new JSONB functionalities, greatly improving its already present NoSQL characteristics. With the inclusion of new operators and functions, now it is possible to easily modify the JSONB data. In this article these new modifiers will be presented together with some examples of how to use them.