GoodData, a global analytics company, is releasing a new version of the GoodData.UI framework for faster and easier development and delivery of data-driven applications. GoodData also open-sourced its library-making the best practices, principles, and tools available to all application developers.
“The low adoption of analytics and subsequently limited access to insights are two of the fundamental problems that plague all business intelligence projects. If the industry wants to increase analytics adoption to be closer to 100%, data and insights can no longer be isolated from workflows and processes,” said Roman Stanek, CEO of GoodData. “We’ve built GoodData.UI to give embedded BI developers a proven design pattern for architecturing insightful user experiences and data-driven decision-making.”
The GoodData.UI framework and component library reflects years of expertise in helping companies build interactive, data-driven applications. Open-sourcing GoodData.UI will help make analytics and insights truly pervasive:
- Unmatched Time-to-Market: Work faster and more efficiently. Create modern, mobile-first applications using pre-built components like lego bricks without worrying about the backend code. GoodData automatically generates the right queries. Deliver applications to market within weeks instead of months.
- Simple & Seamless: We prioritized simplicity and effectiveness combined with quality documentation, tutorials, and code samples. We also designed GoodData.UI to work seamlessly with leading, industry-standard UI frameworks such as React or Angular.
- Flexible & Adaptable: As a newly open sourced implementation, GoodData.UI is available to start today for free either with our pre-packaged Highcharts visualizations or with any charting library available via npm. Though it was originally built on GoodData’s platform, the pluggable architecture lets you adapt it for use with other backend services.
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