We’ve just released a new version (2.1) of the library we use for creating our dashboards. You can see it working it in our new demo site.
There are a lot of improvements and fixes since 2.0. The main ones are:
- Improved loading logic for boosting speed.
- Improved support for repository, country and company panels.
- Style improvements (CSS)
- Added bars viz to MetricsEvol
- Use Report config.json file created from Automator
- New Report.log system
- Improved people support using all their identities. Improved people panel.
- New widgets PersonData and MarkovTable.
Download the library to build your dashboards.
The main changes in this version are:
- Legend for viz could be places now anywhere
- Metrics have now a namespace so you can have the same metric name in different data sources.
- Improved Summary for data sources
- New help system integrated with graphs
- Metrics definition could be modified from a JSON file
- Bug fixes and minor changes.
The code is available at: https://github.com/VizGrimoire/VizGrimoireJS/tree/0.5.1
We’re improving the dashboards created with vizGrimoire, by using Bootstrap to offer a better and more complete look and feel. The data remains the same, the charts are the same, but the overall aspect has changed. Using some data from OpenStack, we have prepared a preview of the new dashboard (still work in progress)
Bootstrap-based dashboard (preview)
One of the business lines we have at Bitergia is the integration of project analytics with forges. And one of our first targets has been Allura, the free software forge that runs the new SourceForge. We’re finally proud to announce that the integration is finally ready and is fully functional. It will be improved with time, but you can already put it to work, if you happen to run Allura.
Project analytics in Allura