Welcome to this week's update on dozer! We are excited to share with you the latest developments and progress that we have made. We have plently of updates for this week.
As promised, we are creating samples to demonstrate Dozer's end to end capability. Here is our first walkthrough from one of our engineers Chloe.
Dozer v.0.1.12 is avaiable. Checkout the release notes here.
We finally published our client libraries to
React Library (With TypeScript support)
yarn install @dozerjs/dozer-react
yarn install @dozerjs/dozer
pip install pydozer
We have published a number of samples covering various scenarios with Dozer.
|Connectors||Postgres||Load data using Postgres CDC|
|Local Storage||Load data from local files|
|SQL||Using JOINs||Dozer APIs over multiple sources using JOIN|
|Using Aggregations||How to aggregate using Dozer|
|Using Window Functions||Use |
|Use Cases||Flight Microservices||Build APIs over multiple microservices.|
We have simplified the Connector trait. It is now much easier to understand and develop connectors for Dozer.
Connector interface #1233
Minor Postgres connector improvements. Add schema support to postgres connector #1070
The introduction of a new testing SQL framework based on sqllogictest has greatly increased the flexibility of the testing framework.
With the new testing framework it is easy to add a large number of SQL tests, laying the foundation for Dozer's stability.
Introduce sqllogictest #1214
Now we build cache secondary indexes in an asynchronous manner, boosting the cache performance by 30x.
Asynchoronous indexing #1206 #1216
- New samples
- Stability & Performance Improvements
- Lambda functions & Writeback support
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