This week has been about a no-code spreadsheet-y database, a distributed time series database, a tool to transform JSON to tabular relational formats, a tool to overlay a local environment with a cloud one, a service for browser devtool features and a DNS server with creative liberties.
An no-code database service alternative to Airtable with a strong resemblance with a spreadsheet.
A service similar to Can I use for comparing web browser devtool features.
An open-source tool that lets developers run local processes in the context of their cloud environment. It’s meant to provide the benefits of running your service on a cloud environment (e.g. staging) without actually going through the hassle of deploying it there, and without disrupting the environment by deploying untested code.
A DNS server that takes creative liberties with the DNS protocol to offer handy utilities and services that are easily accessible via the command line.
A distributed time series database aiming for high performance, compression rate and availability.
A tool to transform deeply nested JSON structures to tabular relational formats (CSV, Parquet, SQLite, XLSX). The Flatterer announcement gives a nice introduction to the tool and its ambitions.