Welcome to sUTL
sUTL is an acronym which stands for sUTL Universal Transform Language.
sUTL is used to transform JSON structures from one form to another. That is, sUTL transforms data.
sUTL itself is also expressed as JSON.
You can use sUTL in the same way that you would use a templating language like Jinja or Mustache. But instead of transforming data to text, it transforms data into data. It changes the shape of the data.
sUTL is useful wherever you manipulate JSON. Whether it's come from an API, from a No SQL database, or has been natively generated by your code, your JSON data structure can be transformed using a declarative sUTL transform.
The sUTL Language and all implementations and tooling are available to you under the Apache 2.0 open source license.
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You can play with the sUTL transform shown in this editor at the top of the page. Try changing the Transform or the Source, and see what happens to the Result!
How do I learn sUTL?
What about a nice online editor?
I'm glad you asked. Check out sUTL Studio; it provides the inline editor you've just seen above. It's super duper alpha software at the moment, but it does work. Just sign in with your google account, and you're good to go.
Where do I download sUTL?
Install via pip using the package "sutl", like so:
pip install sutl
You can find the python source on github here.
Stay tuned for better instructions.
sUTL is available for the language Haxe (as sUTLHaxe), which is a language designed for transpiling. That means I can then transpile to a huge list of languages, and more as the good Haxe people add them. Stay tuned!