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Generate type-safe code from SQL (by sqlc-dev)

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  • FrankenPHP: The Modern PHP App Server
    19 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 May 2024
    >> Also, I can think of a number of json schemas that are impossible to replicate in Go's type system but work just fine in PHP.

    Not at all. There are some that would be painful to write "by hand". An expansive and nested set of null fields would suck if I had to spell it all out...

    https://sqlc.dev << changes everything. If you add in the YAML (and I hate yaml) you can get your JSON to DB mapping in there, as well as your validations (all output as struct tags).

    Everything else that you're going to want (transforming inputs to/from json, logging, auth) is some pretty simple middleware.

  • Show HN: Riza – Safely run untrusted code from your app
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Apr 2024
    Hi HN, I’m Kyle and together with Andrew (https://news.ycombinator.com/user?id=stanleydrew) we’ve been working on Riza (https://riza.io), a project to make WASM sandboxing more approachable. We’re excited to share a developer preview of our code interpreter API with HN.

    There’s a bit of a backstory here. A few months ago, an old coworker reached out asking how to execute untrusted code generated by an LLM. Based on our experience building a plugin system for sqlc (https://sqlc.dev), we thought a sandboxed WASM runtime would be a good fit. A bit of hacking later, we got everything wired up to solve his issue. Now the API is ready for other developers to try out.

    The Riza Code Interpreter API is an HTTP interface to various dynamic language interpreters, each running inside a WASM sandbox without access to the outside world (for now). We modeled the API to align with a POSIX shell-style interface.

    We made a playground so you can try it out without signing up: https://riza.io

    The API documentation lives here: https://docs.riza.io

    There are many limitations at the moment, but we expect to rapidly expand capabilities so that programs can e.g. access the network and filesystem. Our roadmap has more details: https://docs.riza.io/reference/roadmap

    If you need to execute LLM-generated code we’d love to have you try the API and let us know if you run into any issues. You can email us directly at [email protected].

  • Give Up Sooner
    1 project | dev.to | 13 Mar 2024
    "Is there a way to get sqlc to use pointers for nullable columns instead of the sql.Null types?"
  • Show HN: Sqlbind a Python library to compose raw SQL
    7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 26 Feb 2024
    I came across this yesterday for golang: https://sqlc.dev which is somewhat like what you want, maybe.

    Not sure it allows you to parameterize table names but the basic idea is codegen from sql queries so you are working with go code (autocompletion etc).

  • API completa em Golang - Parte 7
    3 projects | dev.to | 3 Feb 2024
  • ORMs are nice but they are the wrong abstraction
    7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Feb 2024
    Agreed, but tools like https://sqlc.dev, which I mention in the article, are a good trade-off that allows you to have verified, testable, SQL in your code.
  • API completa em Golang - Parte 6
    2 projects | dev.to | 23 Jan 2024
  • Go ORMs Compared
    5 projects | dev.to | 18 Jan 2024
    sqlc is not strictly a conventional ORM. It offers a unique approach by generating Go code from SQL queries. This allows developers to write SQL, which sqlc then converts into type-safe Go code, reducing the boilerplate significantly. It ensures that your queries are syntactically correct and type-safe. sqlc is ideal for those who prefer writing SQL and are looking for an efficient way to integrate it into a Go application.
  • Type-safe Data Access in Go using Prisma and sqlc
    3 projects | dev.to | 5 Dec 2023
    I was browsing awesome-go for ideas on how to setup my data access layer when I stumbled on sqlc. It seemed like a great option. Code generation is a strategy often used in the Go ecosystem and making my queries safe at compile time was an idea I really liked. Knex was great, but it required of me that I test thoroughly my queries at runtime and that I sanitize my query results to ensure type safety within my application.
  • Level UP your RDBMS Productivity in GO
    5 projects | dev.to | 5 Dec 2023
    Now, we are going to generate the code. For this purpose, we are going to use sqlc.
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