06 October 2021
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We are excited to announce that our Tutorials and Guides are now available to download as RAI Notebooks. This allows you to get hands-on with the code using the RAI Console and practice what you’ve learned in an interactive environment.
We are working hard to create user-friendly, engaging documentation, and we’re excited to add this functionality so readers can really start to experiment with our declarative modeling language, Rel.
To get started, just look for the link at the start of each guide that will allow you download a .JSON file. Upload this file as a Notebook using the RAI Console, and see how easy it is to work with the code examples across our documentation.
We are excited to announce worksheets, a new interface for submitting Rel queries. Worksheets allow you to develop blocks of Rel code and run them against a database. They can be shared with other users using their URLs.Read More
We are excited to announce the support of varargs in Rel. You can use varargs to write more general code that works for multiple arities. Varargs can be useful when writing generic relations for common utilities.Read More
Value types help distinguish between different kinds of values, even though the underlying representation may be identical. Value types can be used to define other value types.Read More