Unofficial API documentation and examples Part 1/3 - ArcSight Logger API

Unofficial API documentation and examples Part 1/3 - ArcSight Logger API

It took some time, but the initial first part is now finalized. I spent some extra time changing up the stylings and making sure that all examples are working correctly, so that i can reuse them in the ESM version.

This is released in 2 projects, and all installation and usage documentation is located on each link:

Local API documentation:

This is a local webservice or just static html files that can be used to navigate all different API endpoints available on the ArcSight Logger, including examples in certain programming languages.

URL: https://github.com/arcsight-unofficial/arcsight-logger-api-documentation

Postman API examples collection:

A collection of API examples using Postman https://www.getpostman.com/

This collection enables you to easily interact with the Logger API to test against your own environments without having to do any programming or scripting beforehand.

URL https://github.com/arcsight-unofficial/arcsight-logger-api-examples

Hoping to get some nice feedback on this, and feel free to also send in any PR requests or fill out a github issue if you notice something wrong.

 

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