- Ian Gillespie
- Sep 26, 2014
- Tested on Splunk Version: N/A
In this tutorial, Ian will show you how to build a custom table in Splunk using the Splunk Web framework which filters in real-time. The screencasts included in this post also have an associated blog post series to go along with them.
There is also a two-part blog post to correspond with these videos. Because of the length of the screencast it has been split into three parts in order to provide enough detailed information for each step.
In this first part of a three-part screencast series, learn how to create an app with the Splunk Web Framework, then build a table and input field using custom Django template tags. In the second part, I will attach the tag’s functionality with the help of Splunk’s built-in JS stack, Backbone and Underscore.
In the final part of this screencast series, I go through the process of adding the filter functionality to the table.
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