AddThis Blog Â» Blog Archive Â» New Open Source Stream Summarizing Java Library.
Last week we open sourced a library designed to help you with summarizing streams of data. Â The library is available up on github, and we would love to get any feedback you have. Â Kuddos goes out to the data team here at Clearspring and all the great work they are doing in helping folks process billions of pieces of data efficiently.
We will constantly update sample code and projects instead of just waiting for SDK or Web API releases. In the past couple of days we posted on the developer website a full fledge bot written in Java. The bot is capable of communicating with LDAP, MySql, Oracle and Google SOAP API. There are two versions of the program, one which includes access to Google SOAP API for search and spell capabilities and the other which does not include that because apparently if you don’t have an API key now, you may not be able to get one (Google SOAP API). This bot uses an Open AIM development key, and takes advantage of the AIM SDK API. This may be the best example of how to write a bot I have seen for AIM, that is fully documented.
Here is a screen shots of the bot in action:
You can view the entire bot summary here. You can view all our source code here.