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Web development practices in Flexmonster: more about the technologies we implement.

Boost Your Flexmonster Experience with Update Data API Call

There are tons of features you can combine in Flexmonster to reach the pivot table functionality you need. On our YouTube channel, we have started a series of videos called “Tips & Tricks” where we share different interesting approaches to maximize your Flexmonster experience.

The last video, Live data refresh/update hack, explains the details of updateData() API call usage. In this blog post, we will delve into the topic and see how it works from the inside.

Pivot Table for Vue 3 applications

For the last few years, Vue.js has notably risen in popularity among modern JavaScript frameworks. Thousands of developers prefer to use Vue in their projects, choosing the best features of React and Angular that are combined in this web development tool. Inspired by the success of the framework, in October 2020, creators released Vue 3.

USEFUL: Add running totals to enhance web reporting

In today’s blog post I want to tell you how to get more from Flexmonster pivot with the help of running totals. To begin with, I’ll tell you what is it - running totals. This is one of the aggregations available for CSV, JSON, FDS databases, MongoDB, MS Analysis Services, and even custom data source APIs. Imagine a list of numbers. A running total keeps track of the sum of these numbers as you go down the list, adding each new number and subtracting any that are removed.

Is there a perfect React-based Framework? Battle of three: Remix, Next.js, and Gatsby

The popularity of React has expanded beyond front-end development, and now it is used for different development purposes. This expansion has led to the appearance of new frameworks driven by the goal of enhancing the developer experience, optimizing processes, and addressing specific challenges. One of the main React challenges was struggles with SEO (Search Engine Optimization) because of client-side rendering.

Integration possibilities extended: Flexmonster Pivot & Flutter framework

When creating a product, creators always determine its main functions and needs, which it should face. Such clearly defined values and vectors of improvement allow other developers to choose the suitable component for their software or application easily.

Thus, integrations between products are one of the best methods of building better software, as you can skim the cream and prepare a product with only the best ingredients.

Flexmonster stops providing the ECMAScript 2009 (ES5) version of the product

ECMAScript 2009, also known as ES5, is the first major revision to JavaScript that was used for many years. Since then several new standards were released and now, in the development of our components, we use only the ES6 standard as it has improved performance and is supported by all modern browsers. The only browser that did not switch to ES6 is InternetExplorer 11, but in 2022 Microsoft stopped supporting it in favor of their new browser Edge.

Flexmonster Pivot with amCharts: a new connector for a smooth integration

The best way to understand large data quantities is to visualize them. Luckily, we have a lot of instruments to do that.

Flexmonster Pivot helps to represent your data grouped in a stylish grid with all the aggregations, sorting, and filtering that has been done before. It also has pivot charts to display this data even more clearly or visually highlight the core.