Feb 13Liked by Steve Rodrigue

I’m confused by the exact use case you envision bytescript filling. I’ll use a simple example to help illustrate my point.

Let’s say I have a website that lets users create accounts. Then my client might send the data for a new account as a JSON object to the server. It would look something like this:


userName: “myUser”,

password: “ba7816bf­8f01cfea­414140de­5dae2223­b00361a3­96177a9c­b410ff61­f20015ad”,

email: myemail@email.com


When the server receives that JSON object it can create a new entry into a database using that data. It can either store the JSON directly into a document database like MongoDB. Or it can crab the individual fields and use them to populate a SQL query to store in a SQL DB like MySQL.

Now I’m curious, can you describe an analogue of this simple example that uses bytescript? I’m curious where bytescript would be used in this process and what problem it would be solving.

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