To create a ping API in Java that can tell you the status of any IP address in the world all you need is:
-To write it in Java, as it is a programming language developed by Sun Microsystems, which has gained popularity since its inception and is one of the most widely used.
-To note that the Java platform includes a comprehensive library (API) based on object-oriented programming, and is therefore suitable for any situation.
-It is present in all types of devices, including cell phones.
-Java may be employed to develop desktop applications and web apps, as well as packages that can run independently on a server or inside an app.
– To write it using a text editor, as there are no IDE tools that accompany it, although some do exist.
– To note that the Java platform includes a comprehensive library (API) based on object-oriented programming, and therefore it is suitable for any situation.
– It is present in all types of devices, including cell phones.
-Java may be used to develop desktop applications and web apps, as well as applications that run independently on a server or inside an app.
-It may be used to develop computer games thanks to a library called LWJGL (Lightweight Java Game Library).
-It can also be used via command line; you execute compiled programs with a terminal emulator or a console application within the operating system.
Java API Monitor Example
First of all, let us talk about the API Monitor tab which can be found in the Java API Documentation. This API Documentation provides information regarding the API Documentation of each API that is integrated into Zyla API Hub. Using it, you may quickly view the details of any API and execute API calls to verify the performance of each API call made. In this tutorial we will utilize the Ping API to send out requests and receive responses from this API endpoint. The Ping API sends a ping to any IP address you declare and replies with status, RTT (Round Trip Time), and Unix Timestamp of ping. Starting with Java 9, users are now allowed to dynamically load plug-ins without having to recompile the Java virtual machine (JVM). Java’s standard class library contains several built-in APIs that allow developers to interact with these
Sends a ping to any IP you declare and replies with status, RTT, and Unix Timestamp of ping.
To make use of it, you must first:
1- Go to Ping Monitor API and simply click on the button “Subscribe for free” to start using the API.
2- After signing up in Zyla API Hub, you’ll be given your personal API key. Using this one-of-a-kind combination of numbers and letters, you’ll be able to use, connect, and manage APIs!
3- Employ the different API endpoints depending on what you are looking for.
4- Once you meet your needed endpoint, make the API call by pressing the button “run” and see the results on your screen.