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Improving turbine-js function ergonomics

· 2 min read

Our latest Meroxa CLI version v2.4.0 includes one fix and two improvements to turbine-js based data apps that improve developer ergonomics and reduce boilerplate:

  • Added an unwrap transform, allowing users to optionally unwrap CDC formatted records in their data app and send them along to destinations. As a side-effect, this also fixes MySQL -> fn -> PG data apps.

  • Added get and set methods to individual records which allows users to read and write data on the record regardless of the underlying format

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Introducing Turbine transforms (flatten)

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As a team solely focused on developer tools, we're always looking for ways to improve the developer experience, increase productivity and reduce friction.

With that in mind, the Turbine Go library recently introduced built-in transforms to bake in commonly use transform functionality.

As of this post, the transforms package includes two transforms, flatten and unwrap.

Automation to run the latest and a new config set command

· 3 min read

Our latest Meroxa CLI version v2.2.0 includes two improvements we hope will make your development with our Meroxa Platform even more exciting:

  • Meroxa CLI will start automatically warning you about newer versions.
  • A new config set command to make your Meroxa CLI configuration easier to manage.

Additionally, we have released some other changes to ensure you're running our latest changes for Turbine Go and CLI:

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Meroxa CLI v2.0.0 (Beta)

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With Meroxa CLI version v2.0.0, we're introducing a new set of commands to operate with Turbine Data Applications, and we're also deprecating the ones that won't apply going forward. New commands are:

  • apps deploy to deploy a Turbine Data Application.
  • apps describe to inspect more information about your Turbine Data Application.
  • apps init to initialize a new Turbine Data Application locally in the language of your choice.
  • apps list to list all your available Turbine Data Applications.
  • apps remove to remove a Turbine Data Application.
  • apps run to run locally a Turbine Data Application.
  • build describe to inspect a Meroxa Process Build.
  • build logs to a Meroxa Process Build's Logs.

If you want to read more about the Turbine Data Applications Beta check out the beta overview. If you wanted to get started building your first Turbine Data Application, check out our documentation to get started.