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    psysak

    @phildunlap said in Implementing project tracking sheet:

    Not yet. It would take something like a script shuffling it into a data point to make it available to an excel report, currently.

    Would it be better, and feasible, to implement the same thing using alpha points?

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    psysak

    Quick question, I think I saw this alluded to at one point, if I make a table like this in the json store can I run reports against? Like an excel report.

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    Hey, I seem to have jumped to a conclusion, it's the same on my Windows machine now too, I think the last thing I did was let Mango upgrade a couple of things, not sure which ones as I just clicked the little banner on top of the screen. Error in console is

    mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78 ReferenceError: i is not defined
        at Module.promise (ace.js?v=3ae3013236be02c42cb3:1)
        at n.e.then.then.e (mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:72)
    (anonymous) @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    c @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:72
    (anonymous) @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:72
    c @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    $digest @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    (anonymous) @ mangoUi~ngMango.js?v=1dfa5170b7822c28b0be:77
    (anonymous) @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    completeTask @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    (anonymous) @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    setTimeout (async)
    i.defer @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    o @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    nextTick @ mangoUi~ngMango.js?v=1dfa5170b7822c28b0be:77
    z @ mangoUi~ngMango.js?v=1dfa5170b7822c28b0be:77
    c @ mangoUi~ngMango.js?v=1dfa5170b7822c28b0be:77
    (anonymous) @ mangoUi~ngMango.js?v=1dfa5170b7822c28b0be:77
    $broadcast @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    $destroy @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    (anonymous) @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    $digest @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    $apply @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:78
    g @ mangoUi~ngMango.js?v=1dfa5170b7822c28b0be:77
    dispatch @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:39
    g.handle @ mangoUi~ngMango~ngMangoServices.js?v=0f03d20f7b30b4a597f9:39
    

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    psysak

    Are you guys aware of any issues using Dashboard Designer in Chrome specifically on a MacBook? I can't "Edit Markup" as all I get is a blank page
    0_1544755315914_Screen Shot 2018-12-13 at 9.40.55 PM.png

    Even thought the markup is blank there are many things supposed to be there. I disabled my ad blocker and the such. I am at Starbucks however... I kind of hope this turns out to be a bug related to Starbucks just cause

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    psysak

    @jared-wiltshire Ohh man, that's really great thank you! Hours of fun in those doc pages :)

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    psysak

    "

    @jared-wiltshire said in Implementing project tracking sheet:

    The dashboard designer does have a pretty complete list of available components on the left, some of them do not have very good descriptions though I know.

    I don't know if you have seen this also, you can also browse the component API docs through the menu if you enable the menu item.

    I was aware of this yes and I do like that documentation but for example for the jsonStore the info provided is about $save, $delete, $revert. Which I suppose these are the specific things you guys have added? What I found really useful though, and I suspect it is as a result of my lack of knowledge on the js side, was this in the console
    0_1544215706792_5c955049-1bba-4c10-874b-7ea03d0d8ab4-image.png
    And from that I can understand what you meant by the push and how to get at that function.

    I think access to some kind of scheme like that for all the available objects would be awesome, but in the absence of it I think the logging should help me a lot.

    Another good way of doing this is adding a <pre> tag to inspect a variable on your page.

    <pre ng-bind="$ctrl.varName | json"></pre>
    

    This I have to try :)

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    psysak

    You guys are awesome, thank you :)

    You know what I find very useful, and maybe someone else would too, just seeing somewhere all the objects which are available to me from the dashboard designer. For example, I took your last post, figured out how I could console log from the ng-click and printed the myItem object which allowed me to see what I can do to it. Based on what you told me and when I found there I was able to piece together how to add the rows into my json store. Is it possible to to see an interactive breakdown of all the objects by any chance?

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    Out of curiosity @Jared-Wiltshire is there a decent resource you know of that could help me understand a bunch of this better? What particular things should I be looking into learning to become somewhat proficient at putting together dashboards which push and pull data between the mango back end? Is everything more or less built on Angular?
    Also, is there a resource available from you guys which maybe maps out the structure of mango and how things interact? I like this product but I find it difficult to understand all the components and how they interact without some kind of map. Something like that could also at least point me in a direction on what I need to understand better.

    Admittedly a lot of my confusion comes from not knowing js and not being familiar with a lot of the backend web based stuff but it would be really really useful for you guys to have something which can nudge people in the right direction without having to bug you all the time :)

    Thanks for all the help and all the work.

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    psysak

    @jared-wiltshire Thanks! I figured out how to store things in an individual store as an array and then display it in a table, this is pretty good progress for me :)

    Thing I got stuck on is how to add a new array element, row, to the JSON store from a web page. I used a bit of the demo code but got stuck at trying to figure out how to add a new row. Was trying to see if I could mess with the array index and then essentially have it that when I hit save it would add a new index at array.length+1. A little beyond my js ability at this point though.

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    psysak

    So would the idea be to create a single JSON Store XID for a particular site, for example, and then start storing multiple items?

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