Porting graphs to Angular js

Hello

I recently converted from Flask based render template to Flask restful api with Angular js as mvc. I have some bokeh graphs that I would like to port along.

I’m able to use components via embed and have the rest api deliver div elements but I’m clueless on how to do the same for the js part.

Can you please guide me to a relevant thread for this? I’m just looking for some direction.

Thanks
Sanjeev

Hi Sanjeev,

I'm afraid I've never used / don't have nay experience with Angular. I have heard people mention an integration in the past, but have not seen any concrete guidance or suggestions come about. But maybe someone on the mailing list can offer more information? It may be that there is new feature development we could do that would make this easier or simpler. When you find out something, please let us know so that we can consider any new work, or at least document a "howto" (or you could submit a Pull Request yourself to document this).

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Dec 23, 2015, at 7:54 AM, Sanjeev Kumar <[email protected]> wrote:

Hello

I recently converted from Flask based render template to Flask restful api with Angular js as mvc. I have some bokeh graphs that I would like to port along.

I'm able to use components via embed and have the rest api deliver div elements but I'm clueless on how to do the same for the js part.

Can you please guide me to a relevant thread for this? I'm just looking for some direction.

Thanks
Sanjeev

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