Application Entry Point - app.js¶
React dash is a libary for building apps, not an app itself. We need to provide a data handling framework, and we do that in our app.js. Take a look at /examples/app.js and follow along with the explanations below. Also, for a good starting place for development, including a working skeleton of an application, along with a development environment, check out the boilerplate project.
We extend the dashboard to provide an implementation of the getDashbaordData method.
Data is segmented into dataResources. Each dataResource or dataKey contains a discreet set of data. dataResources should be defined as an array settings.js / props. Each dataKey can contain data required for fetching given data. We leave the implementation details up to you. For more, see the section on Data Handling.
The dashboard is initialized with
state.isFetching = false. getDashboardData should set this state paramater to false when all data has returned.
Also, getDashboardData() should set
state.isFetching = false once all data has been returned.
As per normal REACT, the setState call will trigger a re-render of the dashboard, updating components as needed.