Nerdpacks We’re giving you control of the fundamental building blocks for the New Relic One platform. Using the same tools our engineers use, you can build custom applications - Nerdpacks - that allow you to bring exactly the information you care about into focus. If you know how to use React, NerdGraph, and NRQL (our query language), building a simple application will take you only a few minutes. In this category, we feature the Nerdpacks that might want to use or modify for your own business needs, as well as the tools and training to help you build your own Nerdpacks from scratch. <strong>Ready to explore more?</strong> You can start with our <a href="https://developer.newrelic.com/use-cases/build-new-relic-one-applications" rel="nofollow noopener">documentation</a> or check out our <a href="https://developer.newrelic.com/" rel="nofollow noopener">Developer Center</a>. Developer Toolkit The New Relic Developer Toolkit is a suite of tools expressly built to ease the configuration, management, and usage of New Relic through automation. Integrations Embed New Relic management into your DevOps toolchains. Reduce toil by programmatically managing assets via APIs and auto-instrumentation. This category is where you can find information and post questions about about Infrastructure Integrations SDK, On host Integrations, Webhooks, and Plugins. APIs & Custom Events APIs & Custom Events. Add new data, enhance existing data, and access it all via APIs. NRQL Queries & Synthetics Scripts Data is just a bunch of numbers until you put it to work. In this category, we will discuss how to build curated dashboards, advanced visualizations, custom alerts, and Synthetics scripts. Shared Dashboards Here in the community, sharing is caring. If you have been a community member longer than 5 minutes, you have probably heard one of us say: “share what you learned with the rest of the community!” Most Likely To... We are sharing custom solutions here and now! Win a Nintendo Switch! Open Source Agents & SDKs This category is where you can find information and post questions about New Relic’s Open Source Agents & SDKs including, the Elixir Agent, Go Agent, and C SDK.
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