Dear Community members,
I am currently working with a large amount of data to be rendered using Plotly.js. I have seen that using D3.js one can try to do manipulation on the server side to avoid the DOM nodes taking a lot of time and avoid making the browser crash or not responding for a certain time. I was wondering if there is something that I can do when using Plotly.js and put the computation on the server-side (i.e., voiding client-side computing) to avoid crashing/not responding browser and making client-side less computation intensive?
(P.S., I refered to an article: Pre-render d3.js charts at server side part1: proof of concept, url: http://mango-is.com/blog/engineering/pre-render-d3-js-charts-at-server-side.html)
Looking forward to your kind response.