Build and monitor streaming applications in a visual and integrated development environment.
One of the main ways that IBM Streams sets itself apart is its extensive tooling. Streams Studio is a great example of this. Studio is...
Streams Studio is an Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE) to create, edit, visualize, test, debug and run your SPL applications.
Prior to Streams V4.0, you can only use code templates in the SPL Editor. In Streams V4.0, this feature is now available in both the...
This post shows how you can document your SPL application using the note annotation.
You can now run Streams Studio on a local Windows 7 system or a local Linux system, establish a connection to the Linux cluster where...
This short article will show the redesigned Streams Explorer view in Streams Studio. With the introduction of Streams Domains, the Streams Explorer has been redesigned...
A new feature was introduced in Streams Studio V4.0, operator colocation options in Studio’s graphical editor. These make it easier to take advantage of the...
Learn how to create and use SPL code templates.
Learn how to mark occurrences throughout your code making them easier to find and edit.
Learn to refactor your code so changing one reference changes all instances.
Insert operators into the middle of a stream using the splice function in the streams graphical editor.
See how to rearrange editing panes in Streams Studio for more efficient viewing and coding.
This article explains the Streams Studio build process.
See how to develop remotely with a connection configuration file.
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