Share your expressions in the JSONata Exerciser

We are pleased to introduce the new ‘Save and Share’ feature in the JSONata Exerciser. The Exerciser gives you a very quick, convenient way to try out JSONata using the built-in sample data. It has also proved extremely popular with users for developing expressions to work against their data before pasting them into their code,...

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Manipulating Watson Conversation Intents using Promises in Watson on Node-RED

Understanding Promises When I started programming with Node.js, I complained a lot about nesting asynchronous in anonymous functions and the spaghetti code that it leads to. Of course I use my years of programming experience to still write good code, but its harder. My friends on the SDK team would tell me to use promises...

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Introducing CloudLens – a Swift library for processing machine-generated text

Have you spent sleepless nights looking through log files of cloud-native applications trying to find the root-cause of a software bug? Well, look no further, CloudLens is here. Announcing CloudLens for Swift! CloudLens is a Swift library for processing machine-generated text such as log streams. It relies on pattern matching for efficient, targeted data extraction....

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