From website: DataSift provides very granular and modular 'sifting' functions from across a wide range of social and web input feeds, augmenting them with sentiment analysis, storage and analytics to offer an unrivalled service platform, which leverages the cloud and scales infinitely. The DataSift API allows developers to consume filtered data from DataSift, and edit various resources hosted on the site. Some parts of the API do not require authorization, others recommend authorization, and the rest require authorization.
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This is Java DataSift Samples that demonstrate add support for multiple connections, move examples to test src root, add support for pull and more. The DataSift API provides programmatic access to the DataSift SaaS platform. It allows you to filter data in real time, filter against the Historic's archive, or analyze data. Responses are available in JSON, either in real time or via a range of Push destinations. DataSift provides real-time, human-generated data including social data, blogs and news data.
The DataSift Ruby Sample Code by DataSift presents API usage. It demonstrates with code how to access data from accounts, identity, and live stream. DataSift provides data intelligence services in real time.
The DataSift Python Sample Code by njdnet101 demonstrates how to interact with the API to implement data features into applications. An available example shows how to generate information from Marvel characters.
The DataSift C++ Sample Code by Simon J Scott demonstrates how to interact with the data features of the API. It contains a persistence buffer exercise, eclipse project files, and executable programs. Required libraries available on GitHub.