|author||Steve Blackmon (@steveblackmon) <email@example.com>||Tue Mar 31 10:00:46 2015 -0500|
|committer||Steve Blackmon (@steveblackmon) <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Mar 31 10:00:46 2015 -0500|
clean up documentation switch to ActivityConverterProcessor confirmed working
Apache Streams Examples (incubating) contains community-supported example applications built on Apache Streams (incubating).
Apache Streams is a lightweight (yet scalable) server for ActivityStreams. The role of Apache Streams is to provide a central point of aggregation, filtering and querying for Activities that have been submitted by disparate systems. Apache Streams also intends to include a mechanism for intelligent filtering and recommendation to reduce the noise to end users.
Please visit the project website for the latest information: http://streams.incubator.apache.org/
Along with the developer mailing list archive: http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/streams-dev/
You need a platform that supports Java SE 7 or later.
To build from source code:
Requirements: Sources compilation require Java SE 7 or higher. The project is built with Apache Maven 3+ (suggested is 3.2.1). You need to download and install Maven 3 from: http://maven.apache.org/
The Streams Examples project itself (this one) depends on the separate Streams project which contains the source code and poms for Apache Streams. As streams-project is already published to the Apache Releases repository, there is no need to check it out manually and build it locally yourself, unless you choose to checkout a SNAPSHOT branch.
If so needed, incubator-streams can be checked out from: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-streams-examples.git
After check out, cd into incubator-streams and invoke maven to install it using: $mvn install
To build all of the Streams examples, invoke maven in the root directory: $mvn install
To build and install a docker image containing a specific example, change to that example's directory then: $mvn -Pdocker clean package docker:build
This will only work if you have a working docker installation.