|* ESP8266 Web server with Web Socket to control an LED.|
|* The web server keeps all clients' LED status up to date and any client may|
|* turn the LED on or off.|
|* For example, clientA connects and turns the LED on. This changes the word|
|* "LED" on the web page to the color red. When clientB connects, the word|
|* "LED" will be red since the server knows the LED is on. When clientB turns|
|* the LED off, the word LED changes color to black on clientA and clientB web|
Stargate Scanner Filter Examples
So yeah... no documentation for the HBase REST API in regards to what should a filter look like...
So I installed Eclipse, got the library, and took some time to find some of the (seemingly) most useful filters you could use. I'm very green at anything regarding HBase, and I hope this will help anyone trying to get started with it.
What I discovered is that basically, attributes of the filter object follow the same naming than in the documentation. For this reason, I have made the link clickable and direct them to the HBase Class documentation attached to it; check for the instantiation argument names, and you will have your attribute list (more or less).