Data visualization, as commonly understood, is used to increase readability through the graphical representation of data. You can achieve it in different ways. One of them is the use of diagrams. When accurately designed (e.g., using the GoJS library), they enable effective communication and process mapping. On the example of our tool for building smart production…

Front-end solutions in IoT. A new trend or pipe dreams? Let’s find out!

IoT is no longer a purely technical subject. Until now, those who preferred to grab tools and design devices supporting the development of the Internet of Things were mainly interested in this topic. However, the perspective of 2020 has shown that the industry people are increasingly looking towards the clear presentation in the front-end layer. It would mean that there is a trend in greater attention to aesthetics and usability for business tools, especially those that support smooth decision-making. We asked our Pre-sales Expert and BA about his insights into IoT development towards the front-end. He tells not only about trends but also answers the question of how changes in IoT trends can change…

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Five features that will support your work with data in a diagramming application

Diagrams simplify the data presentation and allow you to perform quick actions. That is why the applications that support them must be equipped with the best-suited functionalities. On the example of our case study, we distinguished 5 features that significantly affect the handling of diagrams and allow you to create dependency networks in a snap. A few words about the project The following functionalities are used in the Opal RT project. The schematic editor we created for the client resulted from a request for a custom solution. Their market-based tool for modeling electrical circuits wasn’t sufficient. The lack of desired functionalities and their high cost made them ask Synergy Codes…

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Three lessons learned in 2020 for a better 2021

Traditionally, the end of the year is a good time for a summary. For us, the beginning of 2021 is the moment when we take a deep breath and plan our strategies for the next twelve months. Although 2020 wasn’t the easiest one, it brought three positive lessons for Synergy Codes that we want to use in the future. As Maciej Teska, the Synergy Codes CEO, said: ‘We almost walked dry through the global crisis caused by the breakout of Coronavirus. It makes us believe that in 2021 we can develop further and expand our competencies to surprise our customers.’ Here’s the story on the conclusions we have drawn from the undoubted breakthrough…

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How to present tons of custom nodes and links? It’s a mission possible!

It’s a hard nut to crack to present a huge amount of complex data in 2D canvas. The most critical issue is obtaining a readable system of relationships between nodes with data, with a minimum number of edge crossings. We’d add fast data rendering as well. If you deal with the challenge of ‘stuffing’ your data into a diagram, but at the same time, you want it to be readable to allow a quick work, read on. What method is behind it? First of all, the overriding issue is the appropriate use of algorithms and libraries, enabling the diagram’s presentation in 2D space. Experts with knowledge and skills in using the…

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