How I used HarperDB Custom Functions and Recharts to create Dashboard

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  • flicks-admin

    A project to showcase HarperDB Custom function with Recharts to create a simple dashboard.

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    As part of the 3.1+ release, HarperDB introduced the custom function feature. You can create your API endpoints inside HarperDB without worrying about deploying them to your server. Custom functions are powered by Fastify that allow you to interact with HarperDB core methods to interact with your data.

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    Redefined chart library built with React and D3


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