Endatabas provides a variety of tools to communicate with an Endb instance.

The Console is a command-line user interface to send SQL to Endb manually. The client libraries are used in the data access layer of an application which uses Endb for storage.

The client libraries support both HTTP and WebSocket APIs. To access Endb over HTTP, create an Endb instance and call the sql method on it. To access Endb over WebSockets, create an EndbWebSocket instance and call the sql method on it. See the language-specific documentation below for further details.

NOTE: For any programming language not listed above, it is possible to create small client libraries such as these using the HTTP and WebSocket APIs. All official Endatabas clients are permissively-licensed and you are welcome to use them as examples to create your own client library. Their source code is available here: