I am happy to share with you the second part of my video series describing the process of creating an application from scratch using the Modern Toolkit. In these episodes we will continue developing an application handling data about all matches played at FIFA World Cups. We will enhance the look and feel of a Grid component in the application and add new ones such as List, Pivot Grid and Charts. You will also learn how to aggregate and load data in a store based on data from another store, and define the architecture of an application targeting different devices.
Table of Contents
Episode 6: List Component
In this episode we add a List component to display data about FIFA matches in a phone version of our application.
Episode 7: Advanced Grid Features
In this episode we enhance our Grid component: insert HTML code into Grid cells, aggregate values from different fields in one cell, bind CSS class to a row based on the field values, add RowNumberer column.
Episode 8: Improving List Component
In this episode we enhance our List Component: extend the template corresponding to a listed item, and add CSS styles to DOM elements used in the template.
Episode 9: Pivot Grid Component
In this episode we add a Pivot Grid component to our application to aggregate and analyze data about FIFA matches: find countries that won and lost the biggest number of games at FIFA World Cups. We calculate flat data about matches based on the data from the original dataset, load this data into the Pivot Grid component and discuss its configuration properties: matrix, left axes, top axes and aggregate.
Episode 10: Chart Component
In this episode we add a Chart Component to our application to visualize count of wins and losses at FIFA World Cups for every country. We calculate aggregated data, load it to the Chart Component and discuss its configuration properties: type, axes and series.
Here is the source code for the application that we are building:
Stay tuned, more episodes are coming soon!
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