Doors Next Generation Extensions: DNG meets D3

In the last step we will integrate a “Forced Graph” inside the DNG Widget. To accelerate the visible result you don’t need to create the Links between the Artefacts. I prepared an Array with Links and Nodes for you.

Just download the example code from here and move it to your extensions folder. Restart DNG Server and enjoy the beautiful graph. BTW, dragging is possible…

The imperative screenshoot:

Bildschirmfoto 2014-04-05 um 14.16.15

  1. #1 by Sam on 28/01/2015 - 16:58

    Hi
    I have just discovered your articles having just produced my first DNG extension (a simple risk assessment score similar to the ASIL examples). Your guides make me realise how much more can be done. Thank you!
    I have tried to download the example code you offer in the link here but when I log into DevOps Services I am told that I do not have adequate permissions (to access file/KS/shufnagl | rtcpractise/LinkExplorerChap06/link_explorer/).
    Would it be possible to make this example available once more please?

    Best Regards, and thanks again
    Sam

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