Did You Know? Stream Using NodeJS, Java, HTML Form, cURL

Our Did You Know series brings some of Initial State’s amazing features to attention while giving tips and tricks on how to make the most of them.

Did you know that you can stream events to Initial State using NodeJS, Java, HTML forms, and cURL commands? You’re not just limited to our Python library!

NodeJS is a great way to create an intermediate hub to receive data from devices that can’t stream securely (like we did on a Raspberry Pi here). Read more about using NodeJS with Initial State.

We have an example of Java implementation to the Initial State API here.

HTML forms can be used to submit data to a NodeJS server app that then sends data to Initial State. Read more about using HTML forms with Initial State.


The simplest way to interface with the Initial State API is to use cURL commands. This short video covers how.


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