What is DTL?
DTL is a tool in the Query Languages category of a tech stack.
Who uses DTL?
- Remap data from one format to another
- Easily define translations between API data formats and your database formats
- Do complex calculations producing new data from input data
- Separate your data processing rules from your application code
- Create data validation rules that work both in browser and on server
- Easily extract specific information from deeply nested data structures
- Create new data from input data, including the ability to combine fields and calculate new data items
- Easily validate input data for APIs and form processing
- Easily verify any type of data
- Reduce code changes needed to cope with data structure changes
- Define validation rules in one place, and dynamically transfer / include them into your frontend code, simplifying frontend validation code
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