The Yahoo! Query Language lets you query, filter, and join data across any web data source or service on the web. YQL treats the entire web as a source of table data, enabling developers to select * from Internet.
A few months ago, we launched Open Data Tables publicly for anyone to use to make data YQL-accessible, and there are seventy-some tables contributed to the community repository on github to date.
With this latest release, the YQL team has taken the Open Data Table capabilities to the next level by adding a new element - Execute. The Execute element can contain arbitrary developer code that the YQL data engine runs during the processing of a YQL statement.
Watch the screencast for an in-depth look at how you can use YQL Execute to create your next killer app or web product:
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