Ember Primer is a collection of data visualization primitives (components) which can be composed together to construct ambitious data visualizations and interactive presentations.
Ember Primer is built and maintained by Flood IO, an easy to use load testing platform for any scale of testing.
Primer has 3 design goals:
- Primer is built on D3 (using
ember-d3with D3.js 4.x), it should enable developers to efficiently construct presentations without concerning themselves with
insert/update/mergesemantics of D3.js,
- Presentation and data should be separate concerns, allowing for data processing to be done at a higher level and passed down to the presentation layer,
- Interaction and animation layers should be composed separately from the visual primitives.
It it Production Ready™?
No, not yet.
Is it awesome?
Installation is simple, run:
ember install ember-primer
If installation fails, please ensure your project is using at least the minimum requirements of:
- Ember CLI
The following is an implementation goal, and the status of these APIs is in flux.
In cartesion based graphs, all data points are expressed in the order of
This means that if you have an array of pairs, the values should be
[[x,y], [x,y], ...].
Additionally, unless it is data, everything is named with axis prefix then name, for
yScale. If you see
y, it should be assumed to
refer to an individual data point on that axis.
Most helpers exposed in this addon are prefixed with
p/, for example:
This is to avoid name clashes with other addons and helpers you may already be using.
git clone <repository-url>this repository
- Visit your app at http://localhost:4200.
ember try:eachto test your addon against multiple Ember versions)
ember test --server
For more information on using ember-cli, visit https://ember-cli.com/.