I wrote a quick example program in Python. The code consumes data in JSON format, uses Pandas to work the data and Matplotlib to display the data.
It is a Jupyter notebook, but can easily be adapted to work standalone. Find the code on GitHub.
The data is from the SWPC website and contains monthly predictions on what the number of sunspot and the solar 10.7cm flux will be – this data is important, for example, for radio amateurs.
The data is valid as of November 11, 2019 but is going to change over time. The current data can be found at services.swpc.noaa.gov.
As you can see the activity is predicted to be very low until December 2022. The new solar cycle, Solar Cycle 25, is believed to have either already started or to be starting soon, until the end of 2019.