With the huge growth in popularity of AngularJS, it’s time for a dedicated event looking at AngularJS in depth.
The AngularJS Miniconf is a spin-off event from Meta Refresh 2014 and will be hosted one day prior to the Meta Refresh workshops at the same venue: The Energy and Resources Institute, Domlur, Bangalore.
Miniconfs are single day, single track events on upcoming topics for a limited audience (80 max). They are participant-supported and low budget, so there’s no funding for speaker travel expenses.
We’re looking for talks on original work around AngularJS. As a spin-off event, talks will be selected by the Meta Refresh editorial panel by combining panel votes with participant votes (you may vote as a general member of the public, but your vote is only counted when you buy a ticket using an email address that is listed on your profile).
Intersection of Crossfilter and Angularjs
Crossfilter is a visualization library (http://square.github.io/crossfilter/) which helps you create interactive visualizations. It is built on top of d3.js.
What happens when you want to use crossfilter within angularjs, it gets tricky as both have their own data-binding. So how to merge the two libraries so that crossfilter works with angularjs.
I will walk through the thougth process and code progress to accomplish crossfilter working with angularjs.
I have background in computer programming. I run a personal finance startup from Bangalore (in conceiving stage). In my free time I learn programming. I was cofounder of cleartax.in.
It happened so that I was learning both frameworks at the same time and I was curious how we can marry these two. So I want to share my learnings.