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Highcharts Angular 7 Real‑Time Application

Build your analytical application in three simple steps with Cube.js

Follow these steps to build your
Highcharts Angular 7 Real-Time

Step 1. Launch an analytical API. It will provide data for your applicationStep 2. Bootstrap a front-end application. It will help to explore dataStep 3. Explore data and build an app. Follow our complete and detailed guides
STEP 1

Install Cube.js as an analytical API

Use Cube.js to launch an analytical API on top of your data storeCube.js is an open-source analytical API platformCube.js is used to build internal BI tools or add analytics to existing applications

Get started with Cube.js

$ npx cubejs-cli create highcharts-angular-7-real-time-app Copyand follow our Getting StartedGetting Started guide.
STEP 2

Bootstrap a front-end application with Angular 7

Use Cube.js Playground to bootstrap a template Angular 7 applicationCube.js Playground is used to explore your data and test different chart types

Install Cube.js as an analytical API

$ cd highcharts-angular-7-real-time-app && npm run devCopyOpen http://localhost:4000/http://localhost:4000/ in your browser
STEP 3

Create a visualization with Highcharts

Explore our Highcharts guides and create beautiful visualizationsShare your experience with Cube.js community
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Hansjoerg Posch
Jul 11, 2020
I just started working with Cube JS and it has been a pleasant experience so far! Kudos to all devs and especially thank you for the well written docs.
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Travis Fischer
Mar 3, 2020
I found Cube.js last night and have already integrated it into my user dashboards. Setup with MongoBI was a breeze and the query builder made getting started refreshingly simple.👍 5🚀 1
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Pavel Tiunov
Jun 12, 2020
Cube.js serves trillion data point sets in production. But it's for Athena though. Biggest RDBMS we've seen in production it's several billions data point set for MySQL.
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Willem Demmers
Aug 4, 2020
Cube seems like one of the most well-designed and thought out software that I’ve seen whilst researching data pipelining. It feels very modern in a good way.👍 1
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Jc
Aug 3, 2020
It's effectively a "headless" technology in that sense, and it has a lot of flexibility for varying use cases. For example, you can even use it against a real-time database (pre data lake). It almost doesn't matter what you're querying, it's the two-tier caching strategy on top of a well-defined measure/dimension vocabulary that you get so easily that makes it attractive.

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