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Migrating a web app to Angular

At some point many applications get to a state in which a large refactoring or in some cases a complete rewrite needs to happen. The decision to do so can be driven by many factors. For example, the code base… Read More

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Posted in Angular, Development, JavaScript, Logentries, Web

Common Angular Routing Challenges

When it comes to frameworks, no one is perfect. As we migrate the Logentries application from legacy code to Angular, we’ve encountered a few interesting challenges along the way that we’ve enjoyed investigating and resolving. While specific challenges often depend… Read More

Posted in DevOps, How To, Tips & Tricks

Building Tabular Data Format with D3

In my previous posts I have demonstrated how to combine D3 with AngularJs (wrapping D3 code in Angular’s directives) and how to build effective data visualization with D3. In this post I will focus on building tabular format of data… Read More

Posted in Data visualization, How To, Log dashboards, Tips & Tricks

How D3 can help you build effective data visualizations

using d3 for data visualizations

Data Visualization is the method of consolidating data into one collective, illustrative graphic. Traditionally, data visualization has been used for quantitative work, but ways to represent qualitative work have been shown to be equally powerful. The main goal of data… Read More

Posted in Data visualization, Development, How To, Tips & Tricks

How to combine D3 with AngularJs

Last month,  Mark Lacomber wrote a post describing how to use D3.js visualization library at Logentries. I am following up to show how to combine D3 with the AngularJS framework. As we all know, Angular and D3 frameworks are very… Read More

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Posted in Angular, Data visualization, How To, Log dashboards, Log Management, Tips & Tricks

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