Here is a quick example of allowing interaction with specific lines in a D3 chart. The lines take up very little space, so we render a transparent interactive overlay on top on which the event handlers are bound.
Here is a small talk I gave at the Wellington React Meetup about using React in an agency.
I’m an avid podcast listener. I usually listen to at least two hours of podcasts per day at work, plus some more while cooking. My commute is unfortunately too short for any podcast listening to happen.
Among those podcasts there are quite a few that are related to front-end development. Those are a gold mine in terms of keeping up with your craft because you get to hear interviews, conversations that go beyond the “new features in X announcements”.
This is StatsNZ data about immigration in New Zealand. Worth having a look at!
Sparklines are an interesting form of dataviz, because of how small they can be compared to how much meaning they convey. It’s a great data to ink ratio! Here are some examples, using Metricsgraphics!