Java

Official Java client library for the ipdata API. If you have any issues create a new issue here - https://github.com/ipdata/java/issues/new

A 100% compliant ipdata.co API java client.

Table of Contents

Install

You can have the library from Maven Central.

<dependency>
<groupId>co.ipdata.client</groupId>
<artifactId>ipdata-java-client</artifactId>
<version>TBD</version>
</dependency>

Configuration

A builder is available to help configure your client configuration, you'll have to provide the API endpoint and an API key:

import io.ipdata.client.Ipdata;
/.../
URL url = new URL("https://api.ipdata.co");
IpdataService ipdataService = Ipdata.builder().url(url)
.key("MY_KEY").get();
/.../

Optionally, you can configure a cache for faster access (less than 1ms latency on requests that hit the cache).

The cache is configurable for time and space eviction policies:

URL url = new URL("https://api.ipdata.co");
IpdataService ipdataService = Ipdata.builder().url(url)
.withCache()
.timeout(30, TimeUnit.MINUTES) //ttl after first write
.maxSize(8 * 1024) //no more than 8*1024 items shall be stored in cache
.registerCacheConfig()
.key("MY_KEY")
.get();
IpdataModel model = ipdataService.ipdata("1.1.1.1"); //cache miss here
ipdataService.ipdata("1.1.1.1"); //cache hit from now on on ip address "1.1.1.1"

API

The client is fully compliant with the API. The data model of the api is available under the package io.ipdata.client.model. Interaction with the API is captured by the Service Interface io.ipdata.client.service.IpdataService:

Basic Usage

To get all available information about a given IP address, you can use the ipdata method of the service Interface:

IpdataModel model = ipdataService.ipdata("1.1.1.1");
System.out.println(jsonSerialize(model));

Output:

{
"ip": "1.1.1.1",
"is_eu": false,
"city": null,
"region": null,
"region_code": null,
"country_name": "Australia",
"country_code": "AU",
"continent_name": "Oceania",
"continent_code": "OC",
"latitude": -33.494,
"longitude": 143.2104,
"postal": null,
"calling_code": "61",
"flag": "https://ipdata.co/flags/au.png",
"emoji_flag": "\ud83c\udde6\ud83c\uddfa",
"emoji_unicode": "U+1F1E6 U+1F1FA",
"asn": {
"asn": "AS13335",
"name": "Cloudflare, Inc.",
"domain": "cloudflare.com",
"route": "1.1.1.0/24",
"type": "hosting"
},
"languages": [
{
"name": "English",
"native": "English"
}
],
"currency": {
"name": "Australian Dollar",
"code": "AUD",
"symbol": "AU$",
"native": "$",
"plural": "Australian dollars"
},
"time_zone": {
"name": "Australia/Sydney",
"abbr": "AEDT",
"offset": "+1100",
"is_dst": true,
"current_time": "2020-01-29T20:22:52.283874+11:00"
},
"threat": {
"is_tor": false,
"is_proxy": false,
"is_anonymous": false,
"is_known_attacker": false,
"is_known_abuser": false,
"is_threat": false,
"is_bogon": false
},
"count": "0"
}

Single Field Selection

If you're interested in only one field from the model capturing an IP address information, The service interface exposes a method on each available field:

boolean isEu = ipdataService.isEu("1.1.1.1");
AsnModel asn = ipdataService.asn("1.1.1.1");
TimeZone tz = ipdataService.timeZone("1.1.1.1");
ThreatModel threat = ipdataService.threat("1.1.1.1");
/*...*/

The list of available fields is available here

Multiple Field Selection

If you're interested by multiple fields for a given IP address, you'll use the getFields method:

import io.ipdata.client.service.IpdataField;
import io.ipdata.client.service.IpdataService;
/* The model will be hydrated by the selected fields only */
IpdataModel model = ipdataService.getFields("1.1.1.1", IpdataField.ASN, IpdataField.CURRENCY);

Bulk data

You can as well get multiple responses at once by using the bulk api:

List<IpdataModel> models = ipdataService.bulk(Arrays.asList("1.1.1.1", "8.8.8.8"));