While I announced the sharing feature – and its corresponding API – some time ago, I still had some work to do before it could go live on the Dasher site: largely around supporting timezones properly when specifying time ranges for data display, but there were some other minor tweaks needed, too. Anyway, the feature is ready enough for people to kick the tyres on it, at least.
Here’s a link which will launch the public Dasher demo for you, taking you straight into a “surface shading” view for C02 values on the 1st floor, bringing up the graph for a particular location:
https://www.dasher360.com/share/oVAM3dF7M? basId=default_421120017&level=auto&shade=auto&start=2019-07-01T00:00:00.000Z&end=2019-07-10T23:59:00.000Z¤t=2019-07-05T08:31:26.475Z&padding=2&play=1&loop=1&speed=4&sensors=1& fixPlots=1&view=pos|14.2,-86.0,32.9|tgt|-28.2,92.2,-77.9&theme=lightgray
Here’s an animation of this page loading on my system:
(This is very low-resolution, given the size of the file, so I’ve uploaded a higher-res version to complement it.)
Of course to create the above URL you can now use the Sharing feature (via the second from last button in the lefthand toolbar:
The sharing UI populates as far as possible from the currently enabled features inside Dasher, although you can toggle or adjust these and see the impact on the resultant URL:
When you’re ready you simply need to click on the “Copy to Clipboard” button, at which point you can paste the URL into your email (etc.) for sharing.
That’s all there is to it. Please give the feature a try and let me know what you think (especially if you find any bugs).