After launching programming languages such as Go and Dart, Google developers have now launched a brand new Logica. It is the successor to the Yedalog programming language launched by Google. It can be compiled into SQL and run on Google BigQuery. It experimentally supports PostgreSQL and SQLite databases.
🎉 We are proud to present Logica, a novel open source Logic Programming language that compiles to SQL and runs on Google BigQuery.
Learn about the benefits ↓ https://t.co/QDB1rKbK4X
— Google Open Source (@GoogleOSS) April 12, 2021
Logica is a declarative logic programming language for data manipulation. One of its goals is to enhance the readability of queries compared with SQL, and it is also more suitable for big data processing. Logica is open source under the Apache 2.0 license.
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More details about Logica can be found on the Google open source blog, which has written a long article (including code samples) for those who are potentially interested in this data processing programming language. The Logica project itself has hosted on Logica.dev.
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