sqrl

A Safe, Stateful Rules Language for Event Streams

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The Smyte Query and Rules Language (SQRL) is a Safe, Stateful Rules Language for Event Streams

Instant – New features and rules can be deployed to production in seconds.

Inclusive – Non-technical users can review and safely deploy changes to production without talking to an engineer.

Powerful – Rules can declaratively aggregate state, trigger side effects, and call functions in other languages.

Auditable – It’s easy to understand why a rule fired or a side effect occurred, and rules can be safely replayed.

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Documentation

You can find the SQRL (Smyte Query & Rules Language) documentation on the website.

Support

Create a new issue on GitHub.

Contributing

We feel that a welcoming community is important and we ask that you follow Twitter's Open Source Code of Conduct in all interactions with the community.

Authors

SQRL was designed and implemented by:

  • Josh Yudaken
  • Pete Hunt
  • Julian Tempelsman
  • Paul Mou
  • Yunjing Xu
  • David Newman

It would not have come together without lots of dogfooding and suggestions from:

  • Jonathan Root
  • Alana Glassco
  • Jason Wu

Special thanks to Justin Tormey for contributing the NPM package namespace.

A full list of contributors can be found on GitHub.

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License

Copyright 2018 Twitter, Inc.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0: https://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Security Issues?

Please report sensitive security issues via Twitter's bug-bounty program (https://hackerone.com/twitter) rather than GitHub.

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