The Splunk Web Framework Toolkit is a resource to help developers learn how to
build rich applications using the Splunk Web Framework.
This app contains a collection of examples that show you how to use the components of the
Web Framework. You will find documentation and reference information, along with
code templates and additional components that you can use within your own Splunk
This section provides information about installing and using the Web Framework Toolkit.
Here are the Web Framework Toolkit requirements for this release:
The Web Framework Toolkit is built as a Splunk App, enabling interactive examples running within a Splunk 5 or 6
If you downloaded the Web Framework Toolkit from Splunk Apps, you can install the toolkit
within Splunk Web.
When you need to know more:
For all things developer with Splunk, your main resource is the Splunk Developer Portal.
For conceptual and how-to documentation, see the Overview of the Splunk Web Framework.
For component reference documentation, see the Splunk Web Framework Reference.
For more about Splunk in general, see Splunk>Docs.
Stay connected with other developers building on Splunk.
If you would like to contribute to the framework, go here for more information:
This version of the Splunk Web Framework Toolkit is officially supported by the Splunk Support Team.
Please feel free to open issues and provide feedback either through GitHub Issues or by contacting the team directly.
You can reach the Developer Platform team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Splunk Web Framework is licensed under the Apache License 2.0. Details can be found in the LICENSE file.
- Converted all pages and examples from Django to HTML (see below)
Important Note: As of Splunk Enterprise 6.3, the Django Bindings framework is deprecated. Any dashboards built using this framework will continue to work and be supported, however we recommend that users begin the migration process to any of the active dashboard frameworks (Simple XML, Simple XML with JS/CSS Extensions, or HTML with SplunkJS).
- Support for Splunk 6.1
- Improved Home page with thumbnails for visual navigation.
- New Punchcard visualization.
- New token-binding and search examples.
- New examples demonstrating table-row expansion, available in Splunk Enterprise 6.1.
- New extended dashboard example.
- New APIs (including examples) for Toolkit visualizations.
- New Splunk Developer CLI documentation.
- Minor bug fixes.
Splunk AppInspect evaluates Splunk apps against a set of Splunk-defined criteria to assess the validity and security of an app package and components.
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