SDKs and Examples Jamie Bailey June 02, 2018 11:59 Updated Follow Get started with real-time streaming fast with one of the following SDKs/examples Anything capable of making an HTTPS POST can send data to the Initial State REST API. (Events API documentation) (example) Open-source Python Data Streamer SDK maintained by Initial State (github repo) (example) Open-source NodeJS Streamer SDK maintained by Initial State (github repo) (example) Open-source National Instruments LabVIEW Streaming SDK maintained by Initial State (github repo) (example) Open-source SmartThings streamer maintained by Initial State.(github repo) (tutorial) Open-source Electric Imp streamer written by Initial State.(Electric Imp Initial State Library) (github repo) (example) A C library for using Initial State in C/C++ projects written by David G. Simmons. (github repo) Open-source Ruby on Rails Streamer SDK written by Luis Ferrer-Labarca. (github repo) Open-source Java Streamer SDK written by Alon Kadury. (github repo) Streaming in an Arduino sketch. (github repo with examples) Streaming using Node-RED written by Tom Gidden.(Node-RED node) (github repo) Streaming using serverless BLOCKS written by PubNub.(Pubnub BLOCK) Related articles Streamer Concepts: Streaming Access Key Introduction To Real-Time Streaming 1. Create a Data Bucket and Stream In Data FAQ - Real-Time Streaming Streaming via LabVIEW Comments 0 comments Article is closed for comments.