Happy summer from Cube! Here’s some of what we’ve been working on to help you build powerful analytics applications with your data…
Release notes: Cube.js v0.28
Cube.js v0.28 includes tons o’ goodies for developers, improvements to Cube Store, and a raft of reliability improvements to our database drivers.
Awesome dataviz tools for software developers
We’ve assembled an open-source list of awesome data visualization tools to help you select the right tool or library for your project. awesome.cube.dev is an interactive way to select tooling based on criteria including compatibility with your front-end framework, license terms, specific features, and recent updates. The tool also features links to tutorials and guides.
Video workshop: Mastering Cube.js Pre-Aggregations
Cube pre-aggregations—materialized query results persisted as tables—are a key way to speed up Cube.js queries, but they’re frequently misunderstood. If you want to learn why and when to use pre-aggregations, how to get started, and more tips and tricks, don’t miss this recording of a recent 2-hour interactive workshop. We cover multiple use-cases, step through configuration, and leave lots of time for live Q&A.
Help us build Cube Cloud: fully-managed Cube.js apps
Cube Cloud offers Cube.js hosting with extra features for reliability and performance. It includes all the core features of Cube.js while abstracting away infrastructure concerns including managing the number of instances, memory, high availability, pre-aggregations management, caching, real-time monitoring, and tracing.
We’ll be making Cube Cloud generally available later this year, but first we need your help: we’re searching for design partners to test the pre-release product. You’ll participate in a structured program to collect your feedback, and receive the opportunity to influence our product roadmap and features.
In case you missed it…
Cube Dev’s Series A
Last month, Cube Dev raised $15.5M in Series A funding. Our CEO Artyom Keydunov shares what we’ve learned since our seed funding and explains how we intend to use this funding round. Our Series A →
How FeedMe redesigned their reporting system using Cube.js
Celebrating Cube.js community accomplishments
Ray Paik, Cube’s Head of Community, reviews eight months of community growth and the multiple ways to get involved in the Cube community. Catch his recap →
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