a barchart component for Derby built without d3.js to illustrate a pattern
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d-barchart-vanilla

Example Bar chart Derby component built in vanilla JS (with no d3) to illustrate the difference. see also: d-barchart d-d3-barchart

Usage

Example usage

In your template

<view name="d-barchart" data={{_page.data}} width=300 height=200></view>

some optional arguments

<view name="d-barchart" data={{_page.data}} margins={{_page.margins}}></view>

Your data

model.set("_page.data", [ { value: 1 }, { value: 10 } ]);

Optional data

model.set("_page.margins", {top: 0, right: 20, bottom: 0, left: 20 });

Implementation pattern

In this example we take advantage of derby's bindings to associate our data with the DOM. We use the layout pattern where we transform input data into layout data, and then render the layout data. We don't use any d3 to both show a more bare-bones Derby example, as well as show what d3 makes more convenient regarding laying out data.