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mozaik-ext-json

Mozaïk JSON widget

This widget display data from JSON file in your Mozaik dashboard. This JSON file may be either a static hosted file or a JSON object fetched from a REST API.

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Installation

To install mozaik-ext-json from npm, run:

npm install --save mozaik-ext-json

Configuration

Static hosted file

Let's say you want to display two set of data from a file you host on your Dropbox public directory.

JSON file

  {
      type:  'json.data',
      title: '${obj2.name}',
      value: '${obj2.value}',
      unit:  null,
      columns: 1, rows: 1,
      x: 1, y: 1
  },
  {
      type:  'json.data',
      title: 'WIDGET TITLE',
      value: '${obj1.value}',
      unit:  '${obj1.unit}',
          columns: 1, rows: 1,
      x: 2, y: 1
  },

api

In your Mozaik dashboard's config.js file, add the JSON file url in the api section. The url key shall contains the full URL where your JSON file is hosted:

    // clients configs 
    api: {
        json: {
            url: 'https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/21352749/mozaik.json'
        }
    }

JSON data fetched from REST API

In your Mozaik dashboard's config.js file, add the webservice url in the api section. The url key shall contains the full URL where your webservice is hosted. An optionnal headers key can be added (to add authentication information for example):

    // clients configs 
    api: {
        json: {
            url: 'http://mywebservice/rest/api/2/resource/id',
            headers: [{name: 'Authorization', value: 'Basic aKjs6LK8ijkSfT'}, {name: 'Content-type', value: 'applicatin/json'}]
        }
    }

parameters

title, value and unit parameters can be either a String or a property path to be retrieve in the JSON data.

key required description
type yes Always equal to 'json.data'
title yes The title to be displayed in the header.
value yes The value to be displayed in the widget body.
unit yes Unit to be displayed after the data. Set to null if not needed.

usage

  {
      type:  'json.data',
      title: 'THIS IS A TITLE',
      value: '${obj1.value}',
      unit:  '${obj1.unit}',
      columns: 1, rows: 1,
      x: 1, y: 1
  },
  {
      type:  'json.data',
      title: '${obj2.name}',
      value: '${obj2.value}',
      unit:  null,
      columns: 1, rows: 1,
      x: 2, y: 1
  }