These are chat archives for DataBrewery/cubes

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Jun 2015
Friedrich Lindenberg
@pudo
Jun 02 2015 21:14
Hey all. I just wanted to ask if anyone has done any work on an angular framework for accessing data in cubes?
Stefan Urbanek
@Stiivi
Jun 02 2015 21:27
@pudo Hey. Just modeling app prototype
@zejn you mean formatting? You can pass the information in the info dictionary of any model object (cube, dim, attribute, ...)
@pudo any particular reason for angular?
regardless of JS framework, there is semi-abandoned cubes.js that might be helpful: https://github.com/databrewery/cubes.js
Friedrich Lindenberg
@pudo
Jun 02 2015 21:42
yeah I meant something along these lines
I basically want to start off by making cool online pivot tables
maybe throw in some visualizations later on
Stefan Urbanek
@Stiivi
Jun 02 2015 21:44
if you are good in JS, it would be nice to have sound Slicer javascript foundation and then just throw any framework on top of it
Friedrich Lindenberg
@pudo
Jun 02 2015 21:44
Maybe that's a better option, yes.
I actually liked the chainable Py thingie
Stefan Urbanek
@Stiivi
Jun 02 2015 21:45
at least server request (aggregations) formatting from JS objects, and proper model/metadata utils
chainable Py thingie? bubbles?
Friedrich Lindenberg
@pudo
Jun 02 2015 21:46
no the slicer API
Nuno Khan
@psychok7
Jun 02 2015 21:56
Yeah i wrote a quick patch for cubes viewer on a PR and it hasn't been accepted for months now... An alternative would be great
Stefan Urbanek
@Stiivi
Jun 02 2015 22:13
+1 for alternative
Friedrich Lindenberg
@pudo
Jun 02 2015 23:00
@psychok7: wanna help?
Nuno Khan
@psychok7
Jun 02 2015 23:06
My JavaScript is not really good, the patch I wrote was really because I had to get it working and I struggled a lot.. Can't help cause its not my comfort zone ;)
Friedrich Lindenberg
@pudo
Jun 02 2015 23:07
mine neither
Nuno Khan
@psychok7
Jun 02 2015 23:09
Its looking good.. I'll have a better look tomorrow