My business partner just purchased this at my recommendation and I'm very excited to begin using it. I'm new to ReactJS but that's ok. I've installed NodeJS, Gulp, RRouter etc and gotten the Demo up and running just fine locally as well as on my server. I'm now kind of at an impasse though as I'm not sure as to best way to implement the backend. I have a PHP application and I can provide the data in ANY format , I'm just not sure what to pipe it into. Can you provide a hint or direction as to where to go for this? I'm pulling data from Facebook Graph, if that helps. Should I dynamically build the [my app].js files (like the demo.js files) or is there a more elegant solution to populate my data?
Anyway, again I apologize if this is an obvious question and thank you very much for making such a powerful and beautiful template.
Also, you can try to look at this links:
Does anyone know how to implement PHP with Rubix? I understand the basics of how to use Gulp, but I am still stumped on how to create a version of this which will allow me to use PHP.
Thanks for the purchase :) You can use regular AJAX calls to your PHP backend to access data and construct the DOM on the frontend.
How do you think this template would behave with Tuxedo.js (http://tuxedojs.org) since it is built on React.js? Would it be zero configuration or some adjustments would be needed?
From what I can see by going through the readme you can easily integrate Tuxedo.js with Rubix without requiring any adjustments (zero configuration)!
Also, there is no documentation for NodeJS that we have provided. NodeJS is just used as a build tool. You can use this template with PHP/Ruby or any backend of your choice. All you need to know is how to create AJAX requests.
We have purchased template for one of the project. but we are planning to implement it with other a java based framework.
I am curious about gulp task to create a final build of the project so that we can use this in our project.
If you want to use server-side rendering you can do so by embedding Oracle Nashorn (if you are using Java SE 8: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/java/jf14-nashorn-2126515.html) or Rhino (if you are using Java SE 7: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Projects/Rhino/Embedding_tutorial) and executing server code inside the runtime. A good tutorial on this would be this article: http://aryweb.nl/2014/12/09/ReactJS-in-Java-Hello-World/
An easier way to approach this problem would be to use the provided NodeJS server as a static web server for rendering pages and proxy requests to your Java web server (or a web server written in any other language) for fetching real data.
Is there any documentation on Rubix charts ? I can't find much.
I'm trying to create a line chart with x.type : 'datetime' and I'd like to change the scale to appear every 2 weeks, but can't find how to do it.
Any advice appreciated!
Thanks for the quick response!
you answered above to another related question, that it needs only the public folder
but when i do a scaffolding, eg that way:
gulp --gulpfile scaffold.js --name test1
then i do gulp --rtl ---name test1 , which opens the scaffolded app
but in the public folder there are only app and demo folder, no test1 (in the /src/jsx and /src/sass i found 2 test1 folders)
So how and what i need to deploy to run my test1 app on the server ? or do i miss a step ?
running the demo, the font icons are working perfect
but scaffolded, the font icons dont work. eg the navbar icons are mostly squares and so on
In the browser console i dont see any error, network tab looks good
is that a known bug or i'm missing something ?
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