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Our Series A

Less than a year ago, we wrote a blog post announcing our seed fundraising. We didn’t expect to write a successor post so soon! But today we are overjoyed to announce that Cube Dev has raised $15.5M in Series A funding, led by Decibel.It’s been a busy eleven months. Since last August, there are 5 times more servers running Cube, and as many new members...

Introducing a Data Blending API (Support) in Cube.js

Introducing Data Blending API in Cube.jsSometimes in our daily data visualization, we need to merge several similar data sources so that we can manipulate everything as one solid bunch of data.For example, we may have an omnichannel shop where online and offline sales are stored in two tables. Or, we may have similar data sources that have only a single...

Material UI Dashboard with React

Material UI is the most popular React UI framework. Created with inspiration from Google’s Material Design, Material UI provides a lot of ready-to-use components to build web applications, including dashboards, fast and easy.In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to build a full-stack dashboard with KPIs, charts, and a data table. We’ll go from data in the...

React Highcharts Example with Cube.js

Started as a simple charting tool for monitoring a snow depth near the owner’s country house in Norway, Highcharts quickly became one of the most popular visualization libraries. It provides a lot of great built-in interactive features and is easy to use.In this tutorial we are going to build a simple e-commerce dashboard with Cube.js and Highcharts....

Comparing Data over Different Time Periods

Comparing a single metric over different time periods is a quite common procedure in data analytics. You can evaluate your company’s performance by comparing this year’s revenue with the previous year’s. You can understand which are the low and high sales months in your market, and furthermore, you can predict customer behavior and figure out seasonal...

Introducing a Drill Down Table API in Cube.js

Since the release of drill down support in version 0.19.23, you can build interfaces to let users dive deeper into visualizations and data…Continue reading on Cube Dev »

D3 Dashboard Tutorial with Cube.js

In this tutorial, I’ll cover building a basic dashboard application with Cube.js and the most popular library for visualizing data — D3.js. Although Cube.js doesn’t provide a visualization layer itself, it is very easy to integrate with any existing charting library. Additionally, you can use Cube.js Templates to scaffold a frontend application with...

Real-Time Dashboard with MongoDB

This is an excerpt from the guide on building real-time dashboards with React and Cube.js. You can check the full guide here.A real-time dashboard is a dashboard that contains charts that are automatically updated with the most current data available. The typical use case is to load a chart with some historical data first and then live update it as...

React Dashboard Ultimate Guide. Part 1: Overview and Analytics Backend

This is the first part from a guide on building dynamic analytics dashboards and applications with React, GraphQL, and Cube.js You can find the full guide hereAlso, below you can see the demo of the final application. An online demo is available here.https://medium.com/media/16afd27897c79d847d0453e62991e6c2/hrefNowadays, we see analytics dashboards...

Chart.js Example with Dynamic Dataset

I’ve already covered building a static dashboard with Cube.js and Chart.js in this tutorial. Now, I’m going to show you how to dynamically change the underlying chart’s data based on the user’s input. We’ll let the user pick a date range and based on that, reload the chart. When a user picks a new set of dates, a new request will be sent to the Cube.js...

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