We have also seen a lot of requests to support YAML and Python for data modeling, and we’re planning to expand to those languages later this year. (Please stay tuned for updates and reach out to us if you’d like to sign up for early access to YAML and Python support.)
And so, Cube.js is now Cube.
Our customers, community, and team have been referring to our product simply as “Cube” for quite a while already. Now, it’s time to make it official!
Over time, we’ll update our website and docs to remove the “.js” from “Cube”. As a note, whether you are using self-hosted Cube or Cube Cloud, no action on your part is required.
Want to learn more about building data apps with Cube?
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