A user interface for the analytical tool Saiku.
For more information, see Saiku.
You can put the UI on a separate server (apache httpd or simply a webapp in tomcat/webapps e.g).
Table of Contents
- Bugs and Feature Requests
- Discussion List
- Browser Support
Build using Maven
USAGE: mvn TASK1, TASK2, ...
- clean: deletes all the build dirs
- package: creates a .zip and .war (for dropping the UI in a java webapp environment) file in target/ that contains the Saiku UI
- install: installs the .war file in local Maven repo (eg. ~/.m2)
Run UI on Node.js proxy
In order to run it locally you'll need a basic server setup.
- Install NodeJS, if you don't have it yet.
Install local dependencies:
You can simply test and run the UI on a NodeJS proxy server called server.js, that will utilize a remote backend as source.
Just run the following command in your command line and then access the UI in the browser (by default, it will run at http://localhost:8080 and proxy requests to dev.analytical-labs.com:80):
node server.js [port] [backend_host] [backend_port]
npm install -g grunt-cli
Automatically reload your browser when files are modified. Enter command:
Bugs and Feature Requests
- Saiku Analytics on Slack
- Saiku Dev Group
- Saiku User Group
- Stack Overflow
- Freenode IRC - Channel: #saiku
We do care about it.
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|Tom Barber||Paul Stoellberger||Mark Cahill||Breno Polanski||Luis Garcia|
Check CONTRIBUTING.md for more details. Some important information:
To get started, sign the Contributor License Agreement.
For detailed changelog, check Releases.
Saiku and the Saiku UI are free software. The UI, contained in this repository, is available under the terms of the Apache License Version 2. A copy is attached for your convenience.