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Very simple Graphite widget for Dashing

##Description

Coull.com's very simple Dashing widget to display a Graphite graph with the correct dimensions and auto-refresh it every so often.

##Usage

Copy graphite.scss, graphite.html and graphite.coffee into widgets/graphite.

In your dashboard, add a snippet such as this:

<li data-row="1" data-col="1" data-sizex="2" data-sizey="1">
  <div data-view="Graphite" data-image="http://my.graphite.instance.com/render?from=-3hours&amp;width=600&amp;height=400&amp;target=my.graphite.metric&amp;_uniq=0.11581272282637656" data-interval="60000"></div>
</li>

The data-image attribute should be set to a graphite image URL. Don't worry about the width, height and uniq paramters - they'll be replaced by the javascript based on your dashboard settings. data-interval may be set to indicate the number of milliseconds between refreshes of the graph. If omitted, it will default to 60,000 (1 minute).

class Dashing.Graphite extends Dashing.Widget
ready: ->
if @get('interval')
interval = parseInt(@get('interval'))
else
interval = 60000
self = this
setInterval ->
self.updateGraph()
, interval
@updateGraph()
updateGraph: ->
url = @get('image')
$n = $(@node)
width = $n.width()
height = $n.height()
url = @updateUrl url, 'width', width
url = @updateUrl url, 'height', height
url = @updateUrl url, '_uniq', new Date().getTime()
$n.find('img').attr 'src', url
updateUrl: (url, param, value) ->
if url.indexOf(param) >= 0
regexp = new RegExp '([\?&])' + param + '(=[^&]*)?&?'
url = url.replace regexp, '$1'
repl = param + '=' + value
if url.indexOf('?') < 0
url + '?' + repl
else
url + '&' + repl
<img data-bind-width="width" data-bind-height="height" />
.widget.widget-graphite {
padding: 0;
}
Copyright (c) 2013 Couller Ltd. and Joseph Ray
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commented Dec 2, 2014

I made a small change on the .coffee such that it will read and override the from parameter on the url and display the graphite graph with dynamic range.
ex. http://localhost:3030/my_dashboard?from=-12hours

graphite.coffee

class Dashing.Graphite extends Dashing.Widget

  ready: ->
    if @get('interval')
      interval = parseInt(@get('interval'))
    else
      interval = 60000
    self = this
    setInterval ->
      self.updateGraph()
    , interval
    @updateGraph()

  updateGraph: ->
    url = @get('image')
    $n = $(@node)
    width = $n.width()
    height = $n.height()

    url = @updateUrl url, 'width', width
    url = @updateUrl url, 'height', height
    url = @updateUrl url, '_uniq', new Date().getTime()

    from = getQueryVariable('from')
    if from
      url = @updateUrl url, 'from', from

    $n.find('img').attr 'src', url

  updateUrl: (url, param, value) ->
    if url.indexOf(param) >= 0
      regexp = new RegExp '([\?&])' + param + '(=[^&]*)?&?'
      url = url.replace regexp, '$1'

    repl = param + '=' + value

    if url.indexOf('?') < 0
      url + '?' + repl
    else
      url + '&' + repl

  getQueryVariable = (variable) ->
    query = window.location.search.substring(1)
    vars = query.split("&")
    i = 0

    while i < vars.length
      pair = vars[i].split("=")
      return pair[1]  if pair[0] is variable
      i++
    false
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commented Jul 31, 2015

Paste a picture please.

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commented Aug 24, 2015

+1

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commented Nov 14, 2016

+1
Would love to see a picture.

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