06-25-2019 15:25 PM - last edited 10-28-2019 15:45 PM
Its been a while since this Visual Explorer by @alex-potter
stopped working so I decided to build a new version.
You can filter using a variety of fields. There are 2 main pages for one for all and and another recent updates.
You can drill through to a publisher page or the visual details.
Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/StretchArm1 for updates
Other gallery entries
PowerBI/SQL Server and Microsoft Business Application Related YouTube Videos
Microsoft Bus App Summit & SQL Bits videos
and for any SSIS users
Most code is also here https://github.com/stretcharm
Well done and useful, thank you, this is appreciated.
Most of these custom visuals can also be found on Github, where more information about changes can be found (there's no changelog on AppSource), users can submit bug reports and feature requests, etc. For example:
It would be awesome if you could 1) add links to Github repos whenever available, and 2) retrieve data about these repos (e.g. number of commits, open and closed issues, contributors...). I realize this is more work/time which you may or may not want to commit 🙂
It's the Microsoft Facet Key.
Yes looks nice with the use of different fonts and lets you merge multiple filters with a bit of work.
Does range and sparkline stuff as well. Check the sample file from the download page.
Only downside is it slower that most visuals but works well in this case.
I've added the github links if they are are in the descriptions.
Also a tag so you can filter them.
The refresh is a bit tempremental from the app website on the service so I think trying to get github data will probably break it.
That was fast! Small bug though, you have some extra html markup at the end of your Github links that prevents them from working properly.
Thanks, fixed most of them. Will get a few stragglers tomorrow.