d3.js scene controlled by remote data using node.js and socket.io

d3.js is cool. So is node.js. Hence, doing something with both technologies is almost a logical consequence. Start the Demo at least in two browser instances/devices (tested with Firefox, Chrome, IE9+, iPad, iPhone). Then click to create and to burst bubbles. Drag the bubbles around and try the action buttons to force larger changes to the […]