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Using Managed Sources

I've noticed some questions from clients who are using Managed Sources for the first time. In this blog I'm going to go through the steps to run a DataSift filter on a Managed Source: Create a token Create a Managed Source Create a CSDL filter for that Managed Source Start recording the output of…

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Pulling Data with the Pull (Push) Connector

The Pull Connector is the latest addition to our growing family of Push connectors. This new Push connector takes its name after the mechanism used to deliver the interactions you filter for: you pull data from our platform instead of us pushing it to you. Even though the name of this connector…

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New Release of the Query Builder

Have you tried our Query Builder yet? It's a visual tool that makes it easy for newcomers to get started with DataSift quickly, before they even begin to learn our query language, CSDL. Despite its simplicity, the Query Builder offers very nearly all the features on offer in the full language. It…

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Historics - We Keep Making It Better

A year ago, Datasift released Historics, a product that enabled users to access content from the past. Its demand has grown massively over the past year. We have had to make many optimizations in order to keep up with not just the demand, but the scale of our ever-growing archive. Our Historics…

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Writing CSDL in Vim

Like any developer-friendly company, DataSift too has fans of the good old Vim editor working for us and with us. And since we spend so much time inside Vim, it is no wonder that we use it to write CSDL too. Which is why today I'm especially happy to announce that CSDL syntax highlighiting has been…

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