Kilo (formerly known as HTTP-RPC) is an open-source framework for creating and consuming RESTful and REST-like web services in Java. It is extremely lightweight and requires only a Java runtime environment and a servlet container. The entire framework is less than 150KB in size, making it an ideal choice for applications where a minimal footprint is desired.

This article begins with an introduction to two fundamental Kilo classes QueryBuilder and ResultSetAdapter. It then discusses Kilo’s support for “schema types,” which allow SQL queries to be expressed via Java language constructs rather than plain text. In other words, they provide a “domain-specific language,” or DSL, for queries.

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