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A reference implementation showing how to perform server-side operations using ag-Grid with api server node.js and go


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Data VisualizationTools

Project tech

GoMySQLPostgreSQLMongoDBNodeJSHTML / CSSJavaScriptTypeScript

Currently seeking

  • Developers
  • Frontend Developers
  • Backend Developers
  • Technical Writers
  • Code Reviewers
  • Testers

Contribution overview

Most contributors are in Indonesian

Ideal: 4 PRs a month

Mentorship & pairing available

Automated dev environment available


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We welcome all contributions, so please let me know if you have any idea, new feature, fine tune, bug fix or something else.


  • You must have NodeJS and Golang installed on you environment
  • Copy file .env-example and rename to .env
  • Setup your credential database such as username, password and etc
  • Install go get github.com/githubnemo/CompileDaemon
  • Install go get golang.org/x/lint/golint
  • make goget to run go get & go mod vendor
  • make gorun to run go run main.go

How to Run

  • run yarn install
  • start with yarn start
  • open browser at localhost:4000

How to Contribute

We will using github flow.

  • Fork this project
  • Clone the forked project
  • Create a new branch. Example: git checkout -b feature/a-new-feature
  • Write your code ...
  • After you done, git commit -m 'Your message of this commit'. Example: git commit -m 'Initial a new feature'
  • Push your code. git push
  • Open your GitHub and Pull Request

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Project listed on September 30, 2021