This version includes
Support for Hasura and GraphQL APIs.
Colorful, interactive, and easier-to-build charts.
Built-in GraphQL IDE - GraphiQL.
Dropdown Select filter.
Publish to AWS.
If you're working with Hasura or GraphQL API and want to add a frontend layer to keep track of your business outcomes through different KPIs and visualizations, then you're in luck! Bhuma offers support for GraphQL and Hasura endpoints.
Bhuma offers a visual way to drag and drop beautiful components for visualizations and graphs. There's no need to battle with react libraries or be limited to non-interactive visualizations. Bhuma makes it easy to connect and configure components. As a result, you can easily create beautiful visualizations that are easy to share and work with.
GraphiQL is a GraphQL integrated development environment (IDE) that allows developers to test GraphQL queries live in their environment. In addition, GraphiQL offers features such as auto-completion and syntax highlighting, which makes query development faster and easier. GraphiQL is a powerful tool that any developer working with GraphQL should be familiar with.
Filtering is a powerful tool that allows you to focus on the most relevant data to your needs. Bhuma offers several different filtering options that can be applied to text and numeric data types. You can also use filters for the entire canvas or a specific component on the canvas. This flexibility allows you to tailor your filtering criteria to suit your needs. In addition, Bhuma's filtering options give you a great deal of control over how your data is displayed.
Data transformations are a common task when working with visualizations. Transformations can be used to correct errors, standardize the data, or transform it so that it is more amenable to specific analyses or visualizations. Data transformation is converting data from one format or structure to another. Common transformations include path, distribute, and convert date. Data transformations are often necessary to make the data compatible with specific statistical analyses or visualization techniques. For example, data may need to be scaled so that it can be correctly plotted on a graph or transformed to meet the assumptions of a particular statistical test.
The Publish feature in Domo allows you to share your work with others in your organization quickly and easily. But before you hit the Publish button, it's essential to take a step back and ask yourself how your users will interact with the data you're sharing. That's where Live Preview comes in. With Live Preview, you can see how your users will interact with the data before you publish it so that you can catch errors and potential issues early on. As a result, you can ensure a quick look from the user's perspective and avoid any potential problems down the road. So next time you're about to publish, make sure to take advantage of Live Preview and save yourself some headaches later on.
Congratulations on taking the first step in operational analytics by building your dashboard! Now it's time to put it to good use by publishing it. By making your operational analytics dashboard available to the public, you'll be able to track and monitor your company's progress in real-time. Not only will this allow you to make better decisions about your business, but it will also help build transparency and trust with your stakeholders. So go ahead and hit that publish button - your operational analytics dashboard is ready for the world!
Auth0 allows you to add authentication and authorization capabilities to your product quickly. Auth0 is also constantly adding new features and enhancements, so you can be sure that your product will always have the latest and greatest authentication capabilities