Splunk's Java SDK contains library code and examples designed to enable developers to build applications using Splunk. With the Splunk SDK for Java, developers can write Java applications to programmatically interact with the Splunk engine. The SDK is built on top of the REST API, providing a wrapper over the REST API endpoints. So with fewer lines of code, you can write applications that search your data, run saved searches, and work with search jobs.
Eleven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Natural Language Processing, Transportation, Games, SQL, and DevOps. One highlight today is the PokéAPI, which can access a Pokémon database. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
The internet is the perfect medium for matching supply with demand. You can find your next freelance job or, as Craigslist has been singled out for, find just about anything else (if you know the right euphemisms). Now, with Data Marketplace, you can request or provide datasets covering anything you can think of.
EquipmentWatch has built a name for itself in the heavy equipment industry through its Web app that provides a single window into heavy equipment data. The company is now opening the API that currently powers the Web app to the developer community for integration with third party systems.