What is PubSubSQL?

An open-source in-memory relational database with PUB-SUB and an optional MySQL backend.

No more periodic polling or implementing database triggers!

Subscribe any of your web or backend services to changes in a relational database!



Fastest way to start HEAD version of PubSubSQL is to do it in Go:

  1. You don’t even have to run the server! You can use the one publicly available for testing at public.pubsubsql.com. If you do want to run the server, just do the following:

    shell $ go get github.com/pubsubsql/pubsubsql $ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/pubsubsql/pubsubsql && go build && pubsubsql

  2. Once server is running (or you use the public one) you can start coding your simple publisher:

    ```go package main

    import ( “fmt” “math/rand” “time”

     "github.com/pubsubsql/client"  )

    func CheckError(err error) { if err != nil { fmt.Println(err.Error()) } }

    func main() { publisher := new(pubsubsql.Client) address := “public.pubsubsql.com:7777” publisher.Connect(address)

     publisher.Execute("key Stocks Ticker")
     publisher.Execute("tag Stocks MarketCap")
     publisher.Execute("insert into Stocks (Ticker, Price, MarketCap) values (GOOG, '1,2002d.22', 'MEGA CAP')")
     for {
         time.Sleep(300 * time.Millisecond)
         CheckError(publisher.Execute(fmt.Sprintf("update Stocks set Price='%f' where Ticker='GOOG'", 10000.0*rand.Float64())))
     fmt.Println("Msg published!")  }  ```
  3. And here’s the code for simple subscriber:

    ```go package main

    import ( “fmt” “github.com/pubsubsql/client” )

    func main() { subscriber := new(pubsubsql.Client) address := “public.pubsubsql.com:7777” subscriber.Connect(address)

     subscriber.Execute("subscribe * from Stocks where MarketCap = 'MEGA CAP'")
     pubsubid := subscriber.PubSubId()
     fmt.Println("subscribed to Stocks pubsubid:", pubsubid)
     // timeout after a minute of no data
     timeout := 60000
     var action string
     for {
         action = subscriber.Action()
         fmt.Println("Action:", action)
         for {
             more, err := subscriber.NextRow()
             if err != nil {
             } else if more == false {
             for ordinal, column := range subscriber.Columns() {
                 fmt.Printf("%s:%s ", column, subscriber.ValueByOrdinal(ordinal))
     }  }  ```
  4. Profit!