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jezdez and arikfr Decouple extensions from Flask app. (#3569)
* Decouple extensions from Flask app.

This separates the extension registry from the Flask app and also introduces a separate registry for preriodic tasks.

Fix #3466.

* Address review feedback.

* Update redash/

Co-Authored-By: jezdez <>

* Minor comment in requirements.

* Refactoring after getting feedback.

* Uncoupled bin/bundle-extensions from Flas app instance.

* Load bundles in bundle script and don’t rely on Flask.

* Upgraded to importlib-metadata 0.9.

* Add missing requirement.

* Fix TypeError.

* Added requirements for bundle_extension script.

* Install bundles requirement file correctly.

* Decouple bundle loading code from Redash.

* Install bundle requirements from requirements.txt.

* Use circleci/node for build-docker-image step, too.
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bin Decouple extensions from Flask app. (#3569) May 26, 2019
client include bigquery_gce.png in db-logos (#3825) May 26, 2019
migrations Revert "Schema Viewer Drawer (#3291)" (#3585) Mar 14, 2019
redash Decouple extensions from Flask app. (#3569) May 26, 2019
setup Use REDASH_BASE_PATH everywhere instead of hardcoded path (#3740) Apr 29, 2019
tests Fix Ability to Add Query-based Parameters to Existing Queries (#3716) May 12, 2019
.codeclimate.yml Add Lint step to CircleCI (#3642) Mar 26, 2019
.coveragerc Move to pytest since nose is unmaintained. Oct 18, 2017
.dockerignore Ignore to copy some files onto docker container (#3388) Feb 3, 2019
.editorconfig Convert query control dropdown button to React (#3698) May 1, 2019
.gitignore Move cypress to client folder (#3566) Mar 24, 2019 Update v7 CHANGELOG and version (#3595) Mar 17, 2019 fix broken link in (#3483) Feb 22, 2019
Dockerfile Decouple extensions from Flask app. (#3569) May 26, 2019
LICENSE It's 2019 now ! 🎉 Jan 1, 2019
Makefile Add "Active at" column to user list. (#3026) Jan 7, 2019 README updates Dec 16, 2018 Create (#3823) May 26, 2019
cypress.json Cypress Dashboard Service (#3683) Apr 9, 2019
docker-compose.yml Add env var to skip Flask rate limits (#3622) Mar 25, 2019 Move CLI logic into redash.cli and uses manager for tests. Dec 7, 2016
netlify.toml Add netlify config (#2999) Oct 28, 2018
package-lock.json Dashboard grid React migration #1 (#3722) May 16, 2019
package.json Dashboard grid React migration #1 (#3722) May 16, 2019
pytest.ini Remove missing coverage from pytest terminal output (#3180) Dec 12, 2018
requirements.txt Decouple extensions from Flask app. (#3569) May 26, 2019
requirements_all_ds.txt allowing to specify a custom work group for AWS Athena queries (#3592) Mar 27, 2019
requirements_bundles.txt Decouple extensions from Flask app. (#3569) May 26, 2019
requirements_dev.txt Sync PyAthena/botocore versions with requirements_all_ds.txt. (#3713) Apr 17, 2019
requirements_oracle_ds.txt Update oracle client version Sep 13, 2017
setup.cfg Add "Active at" column to user list. (#3026) Jan 7, 2019
webpack.config.js Browser support config (#3609) Mar 27, 2019


Redash is our take on freeing the data within our company in a way that will better fit our culture and usage patterns.

Prior to Redash, we tried to use traditional BI suites and discovered a set of bloated, technically challenged and slow tools/flows. What we were looking for was a more hacker'ish way to look at data, so we built one.

Redash was built to allow fast and easy access to billions of records, that we process and collect using Amazon Redshift ("petabyte scale data warehouse" that "speaks" PostgreSQL). Today Redash has support for querying multiple databases, including: Redshift, Google BigQuery, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Graphite, Presto, Google Spreadsheets, Cloudera Impala, Hive and custom scripts.

Redash consists of two parts:

  1. Query Editor: think of JS Fiddle for SQL queries. It's your way to share data in the organization in an open way, by sharing both the dataset and the query that generated it. This way everyone can peer review not only the resulting dataset but also the process that generated it. Also it's possible to fork it and generate new datasets and reach new insights.
  2. Visualizations and Dashboards: once you have a dataset, you can create different visualizations out of it, and then combine several visualizations into a single dashboard. Currently Redash supports charts, pivot table, cohorts and more.

Getting Started

Supported Data Sources

Redash supports more than 35 data sources.

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  • Want to report a bug or request a feature? Please open an issue.
  • Want to help us build Redash? Fork the project, edit in a dev environment, and make a pull request. We need all the help we can get!


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