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Data Visualization with JavaScript by Stephen A. Thomas

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Chapter 10. Building Data-Driven Web Applications: Part 2

In Chapter 9, we set up the framework of our web application and walked through the visualizations that will be displayed for each view. But before our web application is complete, we have several other details to attend to. First, we have to make the web application communicate with the Nike+ service and account for some quirks specific to that service. Then we’ll work on making our application easier to navigate. In this chapter we’ll look at the following:

  • How to connect application models with an external REST API

  • How to support web browser conventions in a single-page application

Connecting with the Nike+ Service

Although our example application relies on the Nike+ service for its data, ...

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