Learn JS Data
Thanks to everyone who has worked on this to make it awesome:
- Jim Vallandingham
- Irene Ros
- Timo Grossenbacher
- Adam Pearce
- Kanit Ham Wong
- Yannick Assogba
- Earle Castledine
- Lynn Cherny
Want to add your own tips and tricks that you use to apply the power of JS to data processing?
Fork this project, modify and send me your pull requests!
(Or you could probably just yell at me on Twitter - and I can include your suggestions into the guide)
If you want to hack on this - or just download and run locally, here is how you would do that.
- grunt (to rebuild)
First clone the repo:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:vlandham/js_data.git
npm install to gather development dependencies:
cd js_data npm install
You can now use grunt to do the following:
gruntto start a watch task that will recompile things as needed, and kick off a local server on port 8081.
grunt buildjust to build the
public/directory containing all the output.
This takes inspiration from a number of similar projects around data manipulation geared towards users of other languages. Here are just some other resources to checkout:
The presentation format of this repo borrows heavily from Tom MacWright's Literate Raytracer repo.
This code and accompanying text is released under CC0, or Public Domain where applicable.