Recently I’ve explained how to create a GoJS diagram, as well as how to set and style edges. In order to make the diagram fully interactive, we still need to give the option of inserting elements. To do this, we’ll create a palette built into GoJS.
In the last post I showed you how to get started with a GoJS application. I explained how to create a diagram and how to present data using it. Let’s go a step further.
We are witnesses to the fourth industrial revolution, which is no longer just a bold vision of the future. The widespread use of the IoT and the cloud is optimizing business processes while reducing costs. This article describes how data can be sent to a server in real-time and then visualized using a GoJS library.
Nowadays companies process a large amount of data. Therefore, there is no wonder they have trouble to get it all in order. Besides, it is more difficult to take an advantage of such data for business. How to visualize all roles and relationships in a big company? Or how to create simulation of some processes? It is all possible to achieve due to fully-fledged applications especially graphic and interactive ones which can be developed using GoJS - a library intended to interactive data visualizations.