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npm install miso.dataset
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|Version||0.4.1 last updated a year ago|
|Dependencies||lodash, moment, underscore.deferred, request, miso.events|
All downloads are located in the /dist directory. Here are some of them:
miso.ds.dev.0.4.1.zip - Download Development With Dependencies - 0.4.1
miso.ds.deps.ie.0.4.1.js - Download Development With Dependencies for IE - 0.4.1
miso.ds.deps.ie.min.0.4.1.js - Download Production With Dependencies for IE - 0.4.1
The following builds do not have any of the dependencies built in. It is your own responsibility to include them as appropriate script elements in your page.
miso.ds.0.4.1.js - Download Development No Dependencies - 0.4.1
miso.ds.min.0.4.1.js - Download Production No Dependencies - 0.4.1
miso.ds.0.4.1.m.js - Download AMD Compatibile Build No Dependencies- 0.4.1
miso.ds.min.0.4.1.m.js - Download AMD Compatibile Build Production No Dependencies- 0.4.1
Dataset has the following dependencies:
- Lodash.js 0.9.0
- Underscore.math.js (version unknown)
- Underscore.deferred.js 0.2.0
- moment.js 1.7.2 (for date and time parsing)
- miso.events.js 0.0.1 (For adding event behavior)
If you are planning on supporting IE, include the following json2.js library as well:
The full documentation set can be found here: http://misoproject.com/dataset/docs.html
Miso.Dataset works in the browser and in Node.js.
Have an intersting issue or question?
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Include the appropriate libs as script tags in your web pages
You can require it like so:
var Miso = require("miso.dataset"); var ds = new Miso.Dataset...
For a detailed API listing, see here: http://misoproject.com/dataset/api.html
For some more complex examples, see the following page: http://misoproject.com/dataset/examples.html
We welcome pull requests! Some things to keep in mind:
Assuming that Ruby is already installed on your machine, you need to install bundler gem to install other required gems so that you can run the test server.
$ cd test $ gem install bundler
Once bundler is installed, run
bundle install which install required gems (mostly sinatra)
$ bundle install Fetching source index for http://rubygems.org/ Using rack (1.4.1) Installing rack-contrib (1.1.0) Using rack-protection (1.2.0) Using tilt (1.3.3) Using sinatra (1.3.2) Using bundler (1.0.21)
Once all the required gems are installed, run the following command
$ rackup >>> Serving: ~/dataset/test/../ >> Thin web server (v1.3.1 codename Triple Espresso) >> Maximum connections set to 1024 >> Listening on 0.0.0.0:9292, CTRL+C to stop
Open the test page on the browser
- Any new functionality must have tests and ensure all current tests still pass. All tests are located in the
- We use cowboy's grunt library to build all our final dependencies. You will need to install grunt per the instructions here: https://github.com/cowboy/grunt.