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Visualization is quickly growing in importance in the world of big data. Businesses can no longer afford to operate without graphs and dashboards in their arsenal since they’re extremely useful for presenting and understanding complex information. All the technology surrounding us, and mobile devices, in particular, has turned into data sources that changed the way organizations collect…
Effective front-end development with GoJS

Effective front-end development with GoJS

Our developers specialized in front-end solutions sometimes deal with initially written codes in the projects. It happens we notice poorly written code with the use of the GoJS elements. Therefore, in this article, we would like to explain what to be careful about in the case of insufficient knowledge of the front-end and what areas are worth a more profound understanding to avoid future code errors. It may result in much higher costs in the future.  We asked our three specialists for advice that might be useful to non-front-end experts. They distinguished four areas of expertise in which they most often encounter erroneous assumptions and solutions. We hope that they will help you understand the front-end better and avoid mistakes in the future. 

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10 Rules to Make Your Charts & Diagrams Stand Out

10 Rules to Make Your Charts & Diagrams Stand Out

Charts and graphs have become a staple in many areas of our day-to-day activity. From business reports to television to sports and games, they serve to present often complex data in an easily digestible form. The way you create these graphic representations of information will be affected by their exact purpose and the medium they’ll appear on. You’ll have to account for various factors in order to develop a useful chart. Stay with me to learn how to make a good graph that actually makes an impact. A badly designed chart can not only be an eyesore, but also lead to imprecise or incorrect conclusions. Regardless of what exactly you’re aiming…

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What is P&ID? (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram)?

What is P&ID? (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram)?

P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagram or Drawing) is a technical drawing used in process engineering. It represents all details of the chemical process at processing plants, such as oil refineries, food processing plants, cement plants, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, or other plants where raw material is chemically or mechanically turned into ingredients or finished products. Everyone involved in the design, construction, management, operations, or maintenance of a process plant, will have to work with a P&ID at some point. Therefore, everyone should either know how to read these drawings or have a good graphic interface or simulation software to access them, as they are basically a representation of how the processing facility works.

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Post-mortem meetings – why should you conduct them?

Post-mortem meetings – why should you conduct them?

Planning is the key point when starting a new project. It is required to plan the work of the devs team, find potential threats, and ask as many questions as possible to make the team’s work easier. However, even the best-planned projects are not free of mistakes. Everybody knows it and accepts it as something normal in the IT world.  But what about a situation where the team keeps making the same mistakes on subsequent projects? Or do different teams in the company repeats all errors that happened to their colleagues? Despite many completed projects, there are no lessons learned, leading to the perpetuation of bad habits and practices.  Do you…

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