Here is starting point before you start this tutorial :
This works is just a simple web app using analytic style (I don’t know spesifically what it called) like belitung, it has some charts like pie charts, bar charts, searchable and sortable data, login system, and using real time data, I use Mariadb as the database. It’s still not finished yet, still so much todo, like create custom charts, custom reporting, custom templating, and easy depolyment. Still so much todo.
This works is just a simple web app using analytic style (I don’t know spesifically what it called), it has some charts like pie charts, bar charts, and searchable data. It’s still not finished yet, still so much todo, but the client is happy, and don’t ask anything, so I think the project is done for now.
I really interested in this project, I bet You know how much cost of sql server, and it can be migrate to redis (thanks antirez). I really don’t know if my way is accepted by the creator itself or by community, but in my opinion, it really solve all my problem.
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Here’s an excerpt:
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This tutorial really help for me 😀