Add climate data class
Kozo is a live edit solution for producing
Kozo brings together a number of conventional technologies to produce high quality information solutions at speed. These include:-
Kozo also integrates both client side and server side logic directly into the page. This includes:-
Kozo can be used for many purposes and different levels of experience. Its aim is to lower the technical ceiling for producing data rich web pages and documents for all levels of developers and data scientists.
A primary driver for Kozo is the automatic production of technical documentation that is baked directly into IRIS projects.
If you're running a local docker instance then the following links will open the samples directly
Exploring Temperature Data Part 1: http://localhost:42773/kozo/Kozo.Editor.cls?ns=USER&doc=Kozo.Samples.ExploringTemperatureData.cls
Exploring Temperature Data Part 2: http://localhost:42773/kozo/Kozo.Editor.cls?ns=USER&doc=Kozo.Samples.ExploringTemperatureDataPart2.cls
The live demo's rely on two sets of data.
Download or pull this repo to the required machine. Then run the import method:-
do ##class(Climate.TemperatureByCity).ImportFromGitHub("location of the data folder here")
The import will take a few minutes to complete. Once loaded the Exploring Temperature Data examples will work.
Instructions on how to build kozo pages are next on the projects todo list as well as a management page to list, create and access pages.
In the meantime, use studio to create a copy of the Kozo.Template class, naming the new class.
With that new class open in classic Studio, hit F5 (or view web page) and the page will open directly in the editor.
The page will save automatically.
The page preview will automatically update as you type. There is a balance to make the updates work efficiently and fine-tuning this is work in progress. If there are any issues refresh the page.
The entire document is a markdown document, except that code fences are actually executed as code.
The page has a "data" object which persists across the entire page. This data object can be accessed from any of the code fences as well as via Moustache templates.
For now the best way to see this in action is to view the Kitchen Sink demo for examples.
Add climate data class