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StreamBase Component Exchange (SBX)
The StreamBase Component Exchange (SBX) is the Complex Event Processing (CEP) industry’s first developer community that allows users to download and distribute reusable components. Developers and business users around the world can now exchange ideas and collaborate freely to build the next generation of event processing applications. If you have any questions or comments about the SBX or its content, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For instructions on submitting components to the exchange please see the developer notes.
How to Download and Load a Component
Developers can download components from StreamBase Studio’s Component Exchange Menu item. Once downloaded, components are imported into the platform’s integrated development environment where users can collaboratively extend their existing applications and test new ideas. Components require an installation of StreamBase CEP. If you do not already have StreamBase CEP, go ahead and download StreamBase CEP now.
To learn more about downloading components and importing them into StreamBase, watch the short tutorial here.
|Summary:||Generates a signal every day at the same time|
|Description:||This application is designed to generate a signal at a specific time every day. Note that this time can be set and reset.|
|Title:||Graphing Example: Stock Charting Demo|
|Summary:||Stock charting demo with a model-view-controller pattern|
|Description:||Implements a Java Swing Charting Demo with a model-view-controller pattern, using JFreeChart.|
|Title:||kdb+ QDBC Adapters|
|Summary:||Adapters that integrate StreamBase with kdb+ from KxSystems via QDBC|
|Description:||Adapters that allow issuing queries against a kdb+ (http://www.kx.com/) instance using QDBC.|
|Summary:||Adapters to send and receive messages from a Redis database, including streaming|
|Description:||These adapters connect StreamBase to Redis (http://redis.io/) for input and output.|