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Striim lets you develop and run custom applications that acquire data from external sources, process it, and deliver it for consumption through the Striim dashboard or to other applications. As in a SQL environment, the core of every application is one or more queries. As detailed in the rest of this Concepts Guide, an application also contains sources, targets, and other logical components organized into one or more flows, plus definitions for any charts, maps, or other built-in visualizations it uses.

Applications may be created graphically using the web client or coded using the Tungsten Query Language (TQL), a SQL-like language that can be extended with Java (see Sample Applications Guide for examples). TQL is also used by the Tungsten console, the platform's command-line client.