API Streaming

How Event-Driven Architecture Applied To GDPR Might Help Users Stay Informed Of Relevant Events...

There is a lot of buzz in the US around General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the digital privacy regulations coming out of the European...

Cutting The HTTP Status Code Noise Out Of API Monitoring Streams

We were exchanging emails with the APIMetrics team this week, discussing the challenges that come up when monitoring APIs. We are working through the...

The Twitter Handles For The Entities We Are Tracking In The Streamdata.io API Gallery

As we build out the Streamdata.io API Gallery, we are discovering new ways of making the data available so it is more useful. When...

Streamdata.io API Workshops

We find ourselves doing a lot more API workshops lately. We did one in London last week, we have one in Paris next week,...

Streamdata.io API Gallery Topics

Streamdata.io's announced yesterday the updated API Gallery. It now includes 397 API Gallery topics. With 9850 API paths available across these topics. We have accumulated...

The Next Generation Streamdata.io API Gallery

We have had a gallery of APIs that we've profiled for some time now, where we showcase different APIs in a variety of categories,...

What Is The Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP)?

We are continuing our basic exploration of some of the real-time protocols that are driving the world these days. We published a story about...

Adding A Stream Object To The Latest Version Of AsyncAPI

How do you go about adding a stream object to AsyncAPI? We are actively working with the AsyncAPI team to help push forward the specification...

Understanding What Amazon Kinesis Delivers When It Comes To Streaming

When it comes to the competitive landscape, we don't see direct competitors, we prefer to see opportunities. With this spirit in mind, we are...

Streaming Your API Monitoring And Tests From API Fortress

We are continuing our quest to make the API lifecycle more real-time and wanted to explore how we can make the testing and monitoring...

It Is More Efficient When API Providers Deliver With Streamdata.io Over Their Consumers Doing...

We just conducted a workshop on a modern API lifecycle in London at the API Conference. While talking about providing real-time APIs using Streamdata.io,...

Exploring The Basics Of What Kafka Does

A member of our marketing team was asking me questions about what Kafka does the other day, so I thought it would be a...

Streaming LinkedIn updates for company pages

We were surprised to see Twitter begin backing off from the number of streaming APIs they have for core social media account activity, and...

The Top Tags To Turn Into Streaming Topics From The Stack Exchange Tag API

We are playing around with what is possible when it comes to streaming data from the Stack Exchange API, which powers the popular Stack...

The Possibilities Around Streaming Data And TensorFlow.js In The Browser

We are exploring the possibilities with streaming data and TensorFlow, a WebGL accelerated, browser based JavaScript library for training and deploying ML models. The...

Storing Data From Streams In The Browser Using SessionStorage

We are playing with different ways of working with streams of data in the browser, trying to understand the potential of working with and...

Upcoming Deprecated Event Types With The Twitter API

We are continuing our work to understand the impact the upcoming streaming API deprecated event will have on applications and investing in some alternative...

Webhooks Will Begin To Fall Short At Scale In A B2B Environment

Webhooks provide a wealth of value for API platforms as they grow. They can help alleviate the strain on APIs when it comes to...

Counting URLs Present Within A Stack Overflow Questions And Answer Stream

We recently showcased how you can proxy the Stack Exchange API using Streamdata.io. The Stack Exchange API provides programmatic access to a variety of QA...

Preparing For Latest Rounds Of Twitter API Deprecations

There has been some pushback on the latest round of Twitter API deprecations, and some confusion around what is going away, what it is...

How API Authentication And Pricing Impact Stream Rank

We measure each API that we evaluate for what we call Stream Rank (see here). We take each API definition we create, and then...

Opportunities To Stream Data From Continuous Delivery Tool Integrations

We are working to profile the top continuous integration (CI) and deployment (CD) solutions available out there. We see continuous delivery solutions as a...

Streaming Data into Google BigQuery Using Streamdata.io

We've already explored how you can stream data into your data lakes using Streamdata.io, and continuing in this series we wanted to explore how...

Some Of Our Favorite Text Analysis Machine Learning APIs From Algorithmia

When you are working with streams of data and content these days you almost always want to be applying some sort of machine learning...

An Assortment Of Streaming APIs Available In Different Business Sectors

As we profile APIs for inclusion in the Streamdata.io API Gallery, we are also cataloging existing streaming APIs that we find along the way....

Are Streaming APIs Event-Driven By Default?

We were working through some of our profiling of common web APIs today, as well as some of Websocket, webhook, a Kafka APIs. Exploring...

Streaming Questions From The Stack Exchange API

If you are a developer, you probably spend a lot of time on Stack Overflow. It is where you find answers to many of...

Exploring Axway API Connectors

We are spending time looking through Axway API connectors in their marketplace, getting a feel for the top ways in which their customers are...

Using OpenAPI Tags To Turn Request and Response APIs Into Topic Streams

We've been profiling hundreds of APIs using the OpenAPI specification format. OpenAPI, formerly known as Swagger, allows us to describe the surface area of...

Describing The Blockchain.info Websocket API Using An AsyncAPI Definition

We are pushing forward our work to define the world of APIs using the OpenAPI definition, so that we can include APIs in the...

Streaming At Home With The Nest API

As we are profiling APIs across different industries we are always on the look out for other interesting streaming APIs. Sure, we'd like for...

A Real Time API Platform Pattern For Others Providers To Consider

When you look across the API sector, studying the approach of thousands of different providers, you really begin to get a feel for evolutionary...

Xignite: A Leader In Market Data Streaming API

We have been working our way through what we consider being the streaming API pioneers, showcasing SalesForce and Twitter, and now we wanted to move...

Understanding The Current State of The Twitter Streaming API

It can be difficult to keep up with where things are at with the Twitter API over the years, as they've changed things up....

14 Sources Of Financial Data From U.S. Federal Government Agencies

We are always on the look out for interesting sources of financial data beyond the usual suspects. One of the best sources of raw...

Exploring SalesForce PushTopic Queries

We are studying how SalesForce is enabling users with the SalesForce Streaming API, and felt that the Salesforce PushTopic queries was worth a little...

Sixteen Streaming Blockchain API Using Websocket

As we profile APIs for inclusion in our API gallery we are keeping an eye out for not just the web APIs that can...

A Real Time Photo Stream with Flickr API

We are always looking for interesting use cases when it comes to streaming existing APIs, and providing a diverse range of example streams that...

Breaking Down The Salesforce Streaming API

When you search for streaming API on Google, Salesforce dominates the landscape with its Salesforce Streaming API. Since SalesForce is technically a competitor of...

Mapping Event Topics That Occur Across Many Different APIs with AsyncAPI

As we work to map out the API landscape as part of our work on the Streamdata.io API Gallery, we are producing an OpenAPI...

Streaming Nearby Tweets Using The Twitter Geo API

Building on a story we did a while back, on how to stream Twitter lists without using the Twitter Streaming API, and going with...

Connecting The Dots Between Event Driven, Real Time And Streaming APIs

We feel we have a pretty unique view of the API sector, that we enjoy sharing with our customers. Streamdata.io is focused on showcasing...

Some Common Event Types From The Payment API Sector

We find one of the most valuable aspects of mapping out APIs across different industries, is when we come across the types of events...

Converting Postman collections into OpenAPI definitions

We are creating Postman Collections for each of the APIs we are profiling for inclusion in the Streamdata.io API Gallery. To make sure we...

The Meaningful API Events That Occur At The User Authentication And Authorization Layer

As we profile different APIs for inclusion in the Streamdata.io API Gallery, we always spend time looking at how different API providers are defining...

Streaming The Authentication And Authorization Logs For Your User Management Layer

We have been playing around with the authentication and authorization service provider Okta, and found the possibilities for the streaming of logs at this...

Do You Know Where All Your APIs Are?

We are consulting with more banks, insurance providers, and other financial companies around their API life cycle, and API governance practices. We aren't just...

Going The Extra Mile When Making Data Available Via API On A Data Marketplace

We spend a lot of time looking at market data that is available not only through one specific data marketplace but via the growing...

The Relationship Between GET and POST In A Publish And Subscribe API World

A number of API platforms have adopted a publish and subscribe API focus when it comes to delivering content. Providing lists of topics that...

API Rate Limiting? Don’t! Offer A Premium Streaming API

API rate limiting comes in many forms. The most common form of it is in response to repeated polling of API resources by consumers,...

Helping You Map The Event-Driven Landscape That Exists Across Your API Platform

We spend a lot of time mapping out the world of APIs. We invest resources each day into the continued development of a map...

Streaming RSS Feeds Using Streamdata.io Thanks To The RSS to JSON API

Streamdata.io is all about the dead simple streaming of existing JSON APIs. It can proxy any existing JSON API and begin streaming it using...

Postman Collections For Each Xignite Global Currencies API

For each of the APIs we add to the Streamdata.io API Gallery we prefer being able to run each API using the Postman development...

Getting Started Quickly Using A Postman Collection For The Intrinio Data Marketplace API

One aspect of profiling each API for inclusion in the Streamdata.io API Gallery is actually making a call to each available API. While not...

Streaming Data From APIs To Github Repositories

We are playing around with different ways of streaming data from common APIs, to demonstrate what is possible with Streamdata.io, but also looking to...

Top 20 APIs Using Webhooks to Define The Events Occurring Via Their Platform

Webhooks are a sign that API platforms that have matured to the point where they have begun identifying the meaningful events that are occurring...

Streaming Kong API Endpoint Activity With Server-Sent Events (SSE)

Staying in tune with what applications are doing with our APIs is the heart of modern API management. Proxying APIs using API management solutions...

Developing Intelligent Data And Content Streams Using Machine Learning APIs

We have been profiling a number of machine learning APIs lately, not because there is an opportunity to proxy and stream the APIs, but...

Intrinio Provides A Nice Blueprint For Financial Data Marketplaces

It can be time consuming to sort through all the market data available out there today. Even once you find the data you are...

Streaming Bitcoin Exchange Rates Using Streamdata.io

It is an interesting time for the Bitcoin, with a lot of speculation, volatility, and investment in the wildly popular cryptocurrency. Providing a great...

Efficient Last Mile Delivery Of Information Internally And Externally With Streaming APIs

Previous waves Web services created using SOAP have focused on the delivery of data internally using an RPC format, which is something that became...

A Rating System For Banking API

We are working with our partner APImetrics to develop a rating system for banking API in the UK, France, US, and beyond. We are...
Streaming APIs

How does designing and implementing Streaming APIs differ from RESTful API?

One question we get a lot from our potential customers is how does designing and implementing Streaming APIs differ from delivering a RESTful API?...

Tuning Into The Event-Driven Architecture Leadership Around Kafka

It can be tough to keep up with where technology is headed, especially when it comes to fast moving areas like streaming, real time,...

Feedly News And Streams Using Streamdata.io

An interesting API we've been working with lately called the Feedly API (find it here) provides programmatic access to news and information that is aggregated...

Real Time Federal Reserve Economic Data API

We are always on the lookout for useful sources of data that can easily be streamed, and included in the Streamdata.io API Gallery, and...

Helping You Map Out Your Internal API Landscape

We spend a lot of time mapping out the API landscape here at Streamdata.io. We are always on the hunt for new and interesting...

Being Able To See The World Of Connected Devices Around Us

Seeing the impact the Internet makes on our physical world can be very difficult at times. The Internet is a very abstract digital concept...

An Event Driven Look At The Internet of Things Universe

We are playing around with the Internet of Things platform Iotic Labs, experimenting with what is possible when you add Streamdata.io as a layer,...

Defining The Meaningful API Topics That Are Available Via Your API Platform

Quantifying what an API does in simple, easy to articulate terms takes a lot of work. APIs are very technical, and often have a...

Making Sense Of The Opportunity Around The Existing API Event-Driven Landscape

It is tough to stay up to speed on what is happening across the API landscape. Things move fast, and when you have your...

Changing What Is Real Time By Just Changing Your Location

The possibilities around what exactly is real time are endless. What constitutes real time information will vary depending on who you are talking to,...

Primary And Secondary API Subscription Opportunities

As we continue to define the API landscape as part of our work here at Streamdata.io, we are continuing to identify different patterns in...

Using The Streamdata.io Poll Rate To Maximize Your API Rate Limits

One common challenge you will face when you turn existing web API into a stream using Streamdata.io are API rate limits. Many API providers...

Many Creeks Of Data From Existing Web APIs Flowing Into Your Data Lake

We've been turning on multiple streams of data from similar, yet separate API providers lately. Lighting up streams of 311, 511, 911, and other...

Using Your Verbs In API Design

It doesn't matter if you are fully embracing RESTful API design practices, at a minimum, you should be using your HTTP verbs in the...

How Do You Rank A Good API Or Bad API?

As we are working to populate our Streamdata.io API Gallery with new and interesting APIs, we are faced with the question: how do you...

Ensuring You Have The Right API Tools For The Job

There is too much emphasis in the API sector on just one way of doing APIs. Developers love to be religious about their tools...

Setting up a streaming API with Pivotal Web Services and Streamdata.io

We are thrilled to have our service available in the marketplace of Pivotal.io. Pivotal.io is the premier platform for running modern applications atop either public...

Brainstorming The Events That Occur In Our Communities

We are talking with some open data folks in Europe about the events that occur within our cities. The concerts, theater productions, poetry readings,...

Webhook Events Are Sign Of A Maturing API Platform

We have been profiling a large number of APIs as part of an effort to populate the Streamdata.io API Gallery.  We are creating OpenAPI...

Helping Make Sure You Can Confidently Deliver Simple JSON Web APIs

After talking with numerous companies about real time, streaming, and event-driven architecture, one things is very clear: most companies need help getting to the...

OpenAPI Enumerators Add Dimensions To Each API Call

Today, we wanted to talk about OpenAPI Enumerators. Along with each API we publish to the Streamdata.io API Gallery, we provide an example command...

Applying A Real Time Score To Each API

We have developed a basic algorithm for evaluating the real time nature of any individual API path. As we are profiling new APIs for...

Monitoring Server-Sent Event (SSE) Powered APIs

API monitoring has become commonplace in the last two years, with a wealth of tools and services available to help us monitor the availability...

Draft Thoughts For A New Benchmark Focused On Quantifying API Performance

I am preparing a new version of the algorithm we use for benchmarking APIs that we include in the Streamdata.io API performance gallery. Historically...

Do We Describe Streamdata.io Proxied APIs Using OpenAPI Or AsyncAPI, Or Both?

I am using OpenAPI definitions to turn existing JSON APIs into streaming APIs using Streamdata.io. For example, I can take the OpenAPI for the...

Using Long Running PHP cURL Script To Write Server-Sent Events (SSE) Responses To AWS...

The most common usage of Streamdata.io is to take data streams from common JSON APIs and display them in real time in the browser...

A Robust Set Of Market Data APIs Over At Alpha Vantage

We are working to profile more market data APIs for inclusion in the Streamdata.io API Gallery, and as we prepare new entries, we like to...

Banking API: Understanding Where French, British, And German Banks Are

Here at Streamdata.io, we are investing a significant amount of resources into understanding where banks in Europe are on their banking API journey. We have...

Streaming Multiple Github Account Activity Feeds Using Streamdata.io

I've been scaling up my monitoring of Github as the API Evangelist. The platform provides me with a wealth of information regarding what companies...

Helping You Reach Your Streaming API Potential

One thing we have learned from helping API providers begin to use Streamdata.io services, is that not everyone is ready for streaming of their...

Streaming Currency Data From 1Forge APIs

We are working to find more market data APIs for inclusion in the Streamdata.io API Gallery, and as we discover, profile, and prepare new...

An Example Of A Real Time Forex Currency Visualization

Today, we're going to talk about real-time Forex. We are always on the lookout for good examples of real-time visualizations that can eventually become...

Training Machine Learning Models On 311, 511, and 911 City Data

We have been working hard to understand the core stack of data services that make our cities work, or not work, depending on where...

Streaming 911 Emergency Data For Baltimore, MD

Adding to our real time stack of 311 and 511 data, we got to work making 911 more real time using Server-Sent Events (SSE) in...

A Real Time Streaming News API Using Server Sent Events (SSE)

I am working my through the most obvious use cases for Streamdata.io. Things like currency, bitcoin, and now I've made my way to news...

Adding 511 Data To Our Existing Transit Data Research

Adding 511 transit data Further rounding off our existing look into 311 and 911 transit data, we wanted to add in 511 data to the mix....
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Streaming Twitter Lists Using Streamdata.io Instead of the Twitter Streaming API

I was playing with streaming different APIs, and I found myself playing with the Twitter API. Which is kind of senseless as Twitter has their own streaming...

Real Time Streaming 311 Incidents In Chicago

Studying the 311 landscape is part of our smart city research After discovering a handful of Open311 API feeds, we wanted to develop some prototypes that...

There Will Be No Smart Cities Without Real Time Data

We are doing a lot of investigation into the state of city data here at Streamdata.io in 2018. We are starting with the basics...
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A Real Time Streaming Version Of Your Existing API As A Premium Service

We are exploring the different ways in which existing API providers can think about real time streaming versions of their APIs, from not just...

What is 311 Data and Why is it Important?

We are continuing our dive into city data here at Streamdata.io, and next up after 911 data, we are taking a closer look at...

JSON Schema and Examples for the Service Interface for Real Time Information (SIRI) 2.0

We've been working to understand how we can make transit data more real time, and one of the obstacles we have hit was that the...

Making 911 Data Real Time

We are doing a lot of research on open data at the city level, here at Streamdata.io. We are interested in the future of...

Understanding The Service Interface for Real Time Information (SIRI) 2.0 Transit Standard

As part of our wider research into smart cities, and the real time data that make our cities go round, we have been studying...

Understanding The General Data Transit Feed (GTFS) Realtime Standard

Building on our previous story about the General Data Transit Feed (GTFS) standard, as we work to understand the standards used across the transit...

Overview Of The General Data Transit Feed (GTFS) Standard

We are investing a significant amount of time towards better understanding how Streamdata.io can be put to use in the transit industry, and part of...

What is Server-Sent Events?

After discussing with plenty of developers during the last few months, I have realized that a huge portion of them don’t know what “Server-Sent...
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How to take ChartIQ one step further with real-time data?

ChartIQ is an HTML5 charting library and technical analysis solution that works seamlessly across desktop, web, tablet and smartphone. More than just another charting...
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Streamdata.io & Vue.js sample and step-by-step tutorial

View.js is one of the most famous JavaScript frameworks. It often appears in the top frameworks for web app development, and it turns out...
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Streamdata.io JavaScript SDK : new version is out!

Summer starts with some great news: in order to ensure compatibility with the latest web frameworks (like Angular or Vue.js) we have rewritten Streamdata.io JavaScript...
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Vert.x — How to handle retry with the EventBus

Vert.x is a polyglot library that helps to develop reactive applications. Among all its features, Vert.x comes with a built-in EventBus, which is a...
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Vert.x: implementing a custom Service Type for the Service Discovery

Vert.x is a polyglot library that helps to develop reactive applications. A good starting point on how Vert.x can help you to write such...
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Using Spring Web Flux as a Java Client of Streamdata.io

Despite the fact Server-Sent Events (aka SSE) are a bit older than WebSocket, SSE is less known than WebSockets as a push technology. If...
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Vert.x and the async calls chain

Vert.x is a nice polyglot library to write reactive applications. Based on the multi-reactor pattern, the core concept of Vert.x is the event loop that...

Discussing the choice of a push technology: SSE vs WebSockets

As we presented our new product streamdata.io at DevoxxFr, we were often asked why we choose SSE vs Websockets (SSE stands for Server-Sent Event)...
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Streamdata.io earns Google Technological Partner Status

We are very proud to be now part of the Google Technological Partner Program. To get in, we had to meet the following requirement:...

IoT Streaming: alive session @ TIAD 2016

On Tuesday, October 4th, D2SI organized TIAD 2016, the first event on Automation in France. So when Jean-Charles asked me if I was interested...
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Integrate Server-Sent Events in your Apple Watch for WatchOS 2

Real-time data animation in your Apple Watch with Streamdata.io A few months back, I demonstrated how to animate data in Real-Time in your iOS applications...
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DevoxxFr 2016 – Part 3

For the second time, we were at Devoxx France with a booth and also several talks. Here is a compilation of what the team has...
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DevoxxFr 2016 – Part 2

For the second time and with great pleasure, Streamdata.io was in Devoxx, France with a booth and also several talks. Here is a compilation of...

DotScale 2016

For the first time, Streamdata.io was proud sponsor of DotScale, the European Tech conference on scalability, DevOps and distributed systems, which took place on April 25th in...
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DevoxxFr 2016

For the second time and with great pleasure, Streamdata.io was at Devoxx France with a booth and also several talks. Here is a compilation of what...

Stream your AWS API Gateway

This quick & easy tutorial aims to explain how to stream an API powered by AWS API Gateway using Streamdata.io in 4 steps. Let's start with...

Streamdata.io at the GDG DevFest Paris 2016

On Friday February 5th 2016, Streamdata.io attended the GDG DevFest Paris 2016, a pretty cool one-day tech conference organized by the Parisian branch of...

Why you need real-time animated data in your applications

Our brain is very attentive to moving objects: many websites have realized this and now use CSS to animate the way their content appear...

How to inject Query Params and HTTP headers

This is the second post of a "How to" series which aims to highlight simple but yet powerful features of Streamdata.io. In my previous...

Add compression to Server-Sent events with Undertow

With this post, we'll tell you how we added compression support to a Server-Sent Events server built with Undertow. Our goal was to validate that...

Show ISS current position using ionic

Ionic is an HTML5 hybrid framework based on Cordova and Angular which allows you to build native mobile applications for Android, iOS and Windows...

How to configure polling frequency

We had several questions about polling frequency configuration with Streamdata.io, so I thought it was worth writing a blog post to share the different...

Android StockTwits real-time feed

Streamdata.io is a service acting as a reverse proxy that translates REST APIs into a stream of data. In this tutorial, we will show...

Realtime event-driven app with Riot, Xignite and Streamdata.io

The purpose of this post is to guide you through the steps and help you create a JavaScript even-driven app using Riot.js (a React-like user...

Join the Fintech Revolution

NEW YORK, NY – Finovate Fall 2015 – September 16, 2015- Xignite, the leading provider of market data cloud APIs application programming interface), announced...

Server Sent Events for iOS

Presenting news feed in Real-time with Streamdata.io Here is how to implement Server Sent Events for iOS. I personally like to read the news on...

Benchmark: Server-Sent Events vs polling

1. Introduction “Streamdata.io is a real-time cache proxy allowing you to poll JSON REST APIs and push updates to clients”. Ok, sounds great. Indeed, the...

Exploring Riot.js – Event-driven app (Step3)

Welcome to Step 3 of our "Exploring Riot.js - Part 3", humbly named: Step #3 - an even even more amazing app than the even...

Exploring Riot.js – Event-driven app (Step2)

Welcome to Step 2 of the "Exploring Riot.js - Part 3"!, modestly entitled: Step #2 - an even more amazing app! In the Step 1 of our...

Exploring Riot.js – Event-driven app (Step1)

In the previous post, we were presenting the traditional "Hello World" example using Riot.js a UI micro-library that enables to create custom tags "à...

Exploring Riot.js – Get your hands dirty

The last post  presented some features of Riot.js, a UI micro-library. Now, let's code a simple application. The final application looks like this: An input, a...

Exploring Riot.js – Introduction

Riot.js presents itself as « React-like user interface micro-library ». Personally, I would qualify it as a user interface micro-library whose philosophy is « webcomponents...

Become a King with an HelloWorld Kong plugin

This blog post was written with Kong version 0.4.2-xxx. Since then, Kong has made lots of modifications. On top of this Kong plugin article,...

Develop, test and deploy your WordPress website

Just as many others have, we've made the choice of WordPress for our main website streamdata.io. We first tried to use Jekyll, as it was...

GitHub Android Client with commits updated in real-time

Streamdata.io is a service acting as a reverse proxy that translates REST API into a stream of data. You can request a proxy from...

Network based architecture: Fielding, Fowler, and Haussmann

This post intends to draw a parallel between the challenges, decisions and heritage of Haussmann over Paris, and the network-based architecture style defined by...

Create a live quiz with Google Sheets, APISpark, Streamdata.io and D3.JS

An API contains live data, as new content is added and updated when calls are made. However, unless you poll the API regularly, you...

Two minute video on how to create a streaming API

No need to ask you, future streamers: our course you want to know how to turn any API into a streaming API. Who wouldn't,...

streamdata.io at Mix-IT – Day #2

Here is the next part of the Mix-IT 2015. It was a great moment… Aller sur Mars… ou presque – Florence Porcel The day #2 started with...

streamdata.io at Mix-IT – Day #1

Thanks to Human Talks Lyon, I had a chance to attend Mix-IT, a nice conference, focused on development, agility and innovation. In a few figures, Mix-IT, was: ...

StreamdataIO at DevoxxFR

All the streamdata.io team was at DevoxxFR. It was a great event! Many thanks to the organizers who did a great job!  Most of the time, as we...

Motwin at QConLondon 2015 – Day #3

Netflix built its own monitoring system – and why you probably shouldn’t – by Roy Rapoport at QConLondon This was the last keynote of QConLondon....

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