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$ sudo bash -c "$(curl http://get.kuzzle.io/)"

For non-Linux systems, please refer to our guide. You can also install Kuzzle manually or by using Docker.
For questions and support please email support@kuzzle.io.

Developers Corner

Reduce your development time with Kuzzle's SDKs, these provide easy access to Kuzzle's API to help you get started quickly.
To learn more read our guide

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  • function getTimestamp() {    
    //Instantiate and connect to Kuzzle var kuzzle = new Kuzzle("localhost", { defaultIndex: "myindex" }); //Get the Kuzzle timestamp kuzzle.now(function(error, response) { if(error){ handleError(error); } else{ //'response' contains the Kuzzle utc timestamp in milliseconds doSomething(response); } });
    }
  • public void getTimestamp() {    
    //Instantiate and connect to Kuzzle kuzzle = new Kuzzle("localhost"); //Get the timestamp kuzzle.now(new ResponseListener() { @Override public void onSuccess(Object response) { doSomething(response); } @Override public void onError(JSONObject error) { handleError(error); } });
    }
  • func getTimestamp() {    
    //Connect to Kuzzle o := types.NewOptions() qo := types.NewQueryOptions() cn := websocket.NewWebSocket("localhost", o) k, _ := kuzzle.NewKuzzle(cn, o) //Request the timestamp res, _ := k.Now(qo) // 'res' contains the utc timestamp in milliseconds doSomething(res)
    }

Setup data and security rules with the Kuzzle Admin Console

The Kuzzle Admin Console is an open-source, standalone web UI that you can use to manage your Kuzzle installation. Run it locally or on the cloud and configure indexes, collections, schemas, roles, policies and much more.

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