PolyForce is the project started as an idea with a motive create polymer applications/components that derive data from Salesforce, The idea create a robust set of polymer components that can mutually be shared with each other and on the other hand provide a working sample for developers to learn and get inspired to built more components
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README.md

PolyForce

Using Polymer components with Visualforce

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Quick Start

To run in your browser two easy steps :

Deploy this package in your org --- > Button

  1. Open this url -> (your-salesforce-instance)/apex/amchart (example : https://na17.salesforce.com/apex/amchart)

  2. Done

     Note  "platform.js" and "polymer.js" are the libraries for Polymer Framework, and Mobile-UI-Elements is a set of Polymer based Web Components that allow accessing data from Salesforce.
    

##Start using charting component in Visualforce:

  1. Import charting component (installed through unmanaged package) on your page

       <link rel="import" href="/apex/force_ui_amchart"/>
    
  2. Start using them : Listing some sample charts types

    ##<b>Sample Donut Chart : </b><br/>
     <force-amchart charttype="pielegend" sobject="Opportunity" titlefield="Name" valuefield="Amount"       
     limitResults="50"></force-amchart>
    

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 ##<b>Sample Pyramid Chart : </b><br/>
  <force-amchart charttype="pyramid" sobject="Opportunity" titlefield="Name" valuefield="Amount"       
  limitResults="50"></force-amchart>

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 ##<b>Sample Pie Chart : </b><br/>
  <force-amchart charttype="pyramid" sobject="Opportunity" titlefield="Name" valuefield="Amount"       
  limitResults="50"></force-amchart>

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##<b>Sample Bar Chart : </b><br/>
 <force-amchart charttype="bar" sobject="Opportunity" titlefield="Name" valuefield="Amount"       
 limitResults="7"></force-amchart>

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Supported Attributes

We have built chart components that support six key attributes

Charttype : (supported) donut, pie, pielengend, bar, bar_rotate, pyramid, barline
sObject : (supported) salesforce standard object
titlefield : Stirng (fieldname) (x-component)
valuefield : String (fieldname) (y-component)
limitResults: Limit the result (integer)
orderby = DESC/ASC

Visualforce Page for Pie Chart :

<apex:page showChat="false" showHeader="false" standardStylesheets="false" >
 <script src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/polymer/0.3.3/polymer.js"></script> 
 <script src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/polymer/0.3.3/platform.js"></script>
 <link rel="import" href="{!URLFOR($Resource.MobileUIElements, 'dist/mobile-ui-elements.html')}"/>
 <link rel="import" href="/apex/force_ui_amchart"/>

 <!-- Using charting component after package installation --> 
 <b>Sample Donut Chart : </b><br/>
 <force-amchart charttype="pielegend" sobject="Opportunity" titlefield="Name" valuefield="Amount" 
 limitResults="50"></force-amchart>

###Hang tight for npm and bower package and upcoming components

Related Resources :

  1. How create Polymer Components in miunutes : http://www.oyecode.com/2014/07/google-polymer-create-your-first-custom.html
  2. Design Salesforce UI with drag and drop using Salesforce Polymer Pack for Mobile : Check out embedded video driven by Akhilesh Gupta and Eugiene Oaksman in San Francisco HTML5 meetup at http://www.oyecode.com/2014/07/how-to-use-google-polymer-with.html

Try designer here at https://sfdc-designer.herokuapp.com/ or click image below to check full blown video

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  1. Salesforce Mobile UI/ Polymer Package official library - https://github.com/ForceDotComLabs/mobile-ui-elements
  2. What is Polymer : Presentation by Eric Bidelman
  3. What is a Webcomponent : http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/articles/how-to-create-your-own-html-elements-with-web-components--cms-21524
  4. Sharing Polymer Component : http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/sharing-polymer-components-part-2--cms-21497
  5. Interacting with Google Service with nothing but just HTML using Polymer ScreenShot

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