It is the exact same concept.:
<ma-state-params on-change="designer.parameters.dn = $stateParams.dn" update-params="designer.updateParams"></ma-state-params>
this component takes the URL parameters and puts them into a object called designer.updateParams. That object can be used anywhere now in the pages scope.
If you are going to do an upgrade, copy the entire mango directory, bzip it if you have to so then you have a working backup on the mango unit itself. You can do this over ssh assuming you have remote shell access.
Alternatively, stick with Firefox as its only google chrome that is pulling this jazz.
To be honest though, I would stay with 3.5 as there are still a number of issues on 3.7 that haven't been fixed as the dev team are swamped with mango 4Beta.
@sky_watcher there is no limit to the number of users on a system. Those recommendations are according to the hardware specs. Each concurrent user uses up some server resources, the more powerful your server the more concurrent users you can safely have.
ok i just found it. I did not see event detectors when I went to edit the data point. I had to click on the 3 vertical bullets on the right hand side of the list of points, and click event detectors.
Suggest to put an event detectors tab when editing a data point if possible.
In the below figure line graph. I want to make a line graph start at 00:00 and finish at 24:00 .
If you post your markup we can help with this. The point values component allows you to specify the time range and that you would like "bookend" values, which means values at exactly the period start time and the period end time.
Be sure to check out the API Docs within Mango, like the <ma-point-values> component at the /ui/docs/ng-mango/ma-point-values pag.