One of the assets of mgm is dedicated quality for software, including especially portal technology for applications with high-safety and reliance demands. In the first blog within this series, “Using Domain Specific Languages to Implement Interactive Frontends“, we described an approach using a specification language (DSL) family on customer level to specify valid inputs and frontend computations for forms-based interactive or batch systems. Let us continue and focus on the quality benefits of this approach.
Archive for January, 2013
When we developed this sales reporting solution for the insurance sector, we went for a mobile, browser-based dashboard that renders the reports on the client-side and thus enable a high degree of interactivity. That means that once the reporting data is delivered, the client should be able to e.g. drill down into the data or slide along the time axis. This article focuses on the technical aspects of the data delivery in JSON format and interactive charting in the browser.