JavaScript Data Visualization: Build a Timeline Generator Workshop

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JavaScript Data Visualization: Build a Timeline Generator Workshop

Let's create an amCharts Timeline with just JavaScript & Kintone Database together!

When and where

Date and time

Location

Online

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

ABOUT THIS EVENT

In this 2 hour workshop, you will walk away with a configurable timeline generator and the understanding of creating amCharts graphs on a low-code database platform.

No need to know Node.js, AWS, React, or Vue.js. With Kintone, you can just focus on the front-end customization and not worry about setting up a complex back-end infrastructure!

All you need is a basic understanding of JavaScript for this workshop!

📎 PREREQUISITES

🤖 CLONE THE WORKSHOP REPOSITORY

This is the codebase that we will start the workshop from!

bit.ly/kdp-timeline

📂 GET A KINTONE SUBDOMAIN (DATABASE)

Apply for a free developer license and subdomain. You can also read up on all things Kintone API & customization!

Kintone.dev/new

🕒 EVENT SCHEDULE (IN PACIFIC TIME)

6:00 PM - Hello

6:10 PM - Workshop Overview

6:20 PM - amCharts Setup

7:20 PM - Web Database Setup

7:50 PM - Wrap Up and Q&A

8:00 PM - Thank you & Survey

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WHAT IS AMCHARTS?

amCharts is a set of programming libraries and tools for all your data visualization needs on the web.

amCharts JavaScript library supports classic charts like Line, Bar, Timeline, XY, Gantt, TreeMap, and Maps. Fully functional products are available for free for any type of use.

⚙️ WHAT IS KINTONE?

Kintone is a no-code/low-code cloud platform for teams to quickly & easily share and collaborate on their data.

You can add JavaScript, CSS, &/or HTML to enhance the front-end UI/UX of a Kintone App. This can include features such as maps, buttons, and color-coding.

Read how to customize and develop on the Kintone platform at kintone.dev!