The Logentries Node.js Sample Code by Logentries present how to input logs into applications via API. Features as demonstrators include fake token, custom level names, logger construction, custom JSON serialization, flattened data, sending data, and Winston transport.
New tools and accessibility options have been added to the Opendatacommunities API to extend ease-of-access to the UK Government’s five-star dataset managed by the Department for Communities and Local Governments. Datasets include neighborhood-level analysis of housing and homelessness, quality of life indicators, and wellbeing measures.
A showcase of visualizations and interactive dashboards has been created to demonstrate how developers, data analysts and local communities can use the open datasets to better understand the interplay of economic and lifestyle factors on specific neighborhoods across the UK.
ProgrammableWeb recently caught up with Matt Sundquist, founder and COO of Plot.ly, a graphing and analytics startup. The Plotly API enables users to analyze and visualize data in one place, and forms an important step in building the infrastructure for data science to be further democratized. Sundquist spoke about the Plot.ly API, comparing it with existing visual solutions, and how visual data science solutions can evolve.
Atlassian has updated the Confluence and Jira Cloud APIs to comply with Europe's GDPR privacy regulations. The company will officially retire older APIs towards the end of March 2019. For now, the Bitbucket Cloud API has not been updated but the company will make GDPR-related changes to it soon.