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Syncfusion Dashboard Platform is an option to consider. Dashboards need to be designed using the Dashboard Designer (windows application) and published using the Dashboard Server (web application). Self hosted is the only option for now. The dashboard platform and more are available for free through the community license program if you qualify. The ...


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Have you seen Klipfolio? It enables you to create dashboards using integration with all the services you mention above (apart from Pocket/Flipboard, but you can create a Pocket RSS feed).


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A rising star with awesome ASCII/ANSI "graphics" - https://github.com/yaronn/blessed-contrib . I have only tried the demo, and I am stunned. Let's go through it item by item: Widgets: line chart, bar chart, map, gauge (value indicator), rolling log (history list), picture, sparkline chart, table. No simple on/off indicator as of now. Language: JavaScript. ...


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tmux + config mgmt is definitely a good option if you already have the CLI tools you need to display what you want (tail, grep, awk, gplot, etc.) That said, blessed contrib is an interesting project that builds a terminal dashboard and provides some interesting data presentation options. A quick search on github will probably turn-up similar projects that ...


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tmux and teamocil let you split a terminal window into panes and run commands in each pane.


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First, you could give your client (presumably using Windows) instructions on how to map a network drive using FTP. This is software that comes with I believe Windows 7 and up. It's very easy to setup and only takes about a minute or two. I would recommend using this guide, it provides a step by step guide with pictures. Once setup, it then acts as a drive on ...


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You can write your own with Windows App Studio . I don't have any experience with it (and it says "beta" there) but it looks like what you are looking for.


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As you said on your comment that sync is an option. I would suggest Metabase, you can set it up in 5 or less minutes. You can write your queries either in SQL, or its own Metabase Language. You can set up permissions, it's open source, actively developed and maintained. I've used it on a MySQL Database to create dashboards. It support other DBs as well, ...


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If you are looking for something Open Source, Free and on-premises have a look at Metabase. It takes really just 5 minutes, if not under to get your first graph on the screen. It supports MongoDB but it supports the following databases as well: MySQL Postgres SQL Server AWS Redshift Google BigQuery Druid H2 SQLite Oracle Crate Google Analytics Vertica I'...


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One option is POSH (used to be called Portaneo). It is not maintained very actively but it is kind of an open source version of Netvibes, or at least what Netvibes used to be. One thing I'm not sure, is if it has password protection, but you can always set-up a login page or something with Apache/Nginx. You can find it here, along with a clear list of ...


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It sounds like you might like the iMapping Tool. It is basically an infinite canvas where you can put, interlink and move notes. The special thing about iMapping is that every note is like a canvas itself and can hold other notes. Like that, you can build large zoomable knowledge maps with thousands of notes if necessary. The website is in German, while the ...


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Smashing is an open-source alternative that’s more aimed towards displaying on monitors/TV screens, and doesn't offer so much in the way of interactivity. But I've begun experimenting in how to modify it and write API integrations to allow it to control more things.


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I think you should try DBxtra, it's a BI tool that is easy to use and lets you design reports mainly by drag and drop from the the query to the final design, but it also lets you modify the query manually so you can tweak it to your liking; answering to your requirements: Provide users with an ad-hoc reporting tool Currently, only Designer users can design ...


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What you are looking for is Metabase. It can be install in 5 minutes on any Windows, Linux server or Docker. It's installed on premises so no data goes outside of your network. It allows connections to multiple Databases. (Postgres, MySQL, Druid, SQL Server, Redshift, MongoDB, Google BigQuery, SQLite, H2, Crate, MariaDB) It's Open Source so no license ...


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Liferay can do this. Most of it is free and open source, but the workflow part is only in the Enterprise edition. Send/Receive letters and messages to/from employees: Yes with the email portlet, see screenshot below Manage the workflow between employees: Yes Liferay has workflows in the Enterprise edition, see screenshot below Individual dashboard for every ...


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If you need a purely programmatic solution, Essential Chart for JavaScript is a JS based library to consider. Syncfusion Dashboards are an option if you want to develop the charts using the designer (drag and drop designer). The created chart based dashboards can then be embedded in your webpage. The whole suite of controls is available for free through ...


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Commercial Option RayGun Support for lots of languages and frameworks but quite expensive Simple Free Option Use a shared network location for plain text log files and simply use logging, tag the logs with which app and machine or consider having one directory for logging from each machine on the network and one log file for each application, (probably ...


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