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Give https://superset.apache.org/ a look. Its made by Apache, and has all kinds of graph and datasets to explore.


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You could learn Ocaml then use Ocsigen. Ocsigen is a dialect of Ocaml (developed in France by Vincent Belat and colleagues, used by BeSport) compiled into both: some native code running on the web server some Javascript running in the browser. The typing system of Ocsigen and Ocaml ensures some kind of safety and some HTML standard conformance (of the ...


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If you know React why not use React Native?


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I recommend using Google Maps API with your PHP experience. The Google Maps API is well documented and will easier than most other options out there, since Google hosts the map part. Essentially, you can embed the Maps widget in any webpage then write JavaScript to get the form info you need and customize the map. It sould be easy for a PHP developer to ...


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It seems to me that the software you need is a programming language that lends itself to experimentation, such as Python, and a suitable platform. Any of IOS, Linux or Windows (not necessarily in this order of preference) would do as a platform. Start by making a basic browser. Then go from there. There are hundreds of examples of almost anything you might ...


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Consider using ocsigen. It is an Ocaml-like dialect which generates JavaScript (and HTML) and Ocaml on server side. It is developed by Vincent Belat (who was researcher at CNRS or University Paris 7) and is now CTO of BeSport


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Hopefully someone will be familiar with software that does exactly what you want out of the box. In the meantime, here are recommendations for 2 tools that may help you achieve your goal. For detecting changes to web server responses (incl API responses), WebChangeMonitor is excellent. It is cross-platform, and will run on Linux, Raspberry Pi, and Windows. ...


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