Striking Balance 2022

with Weavy & Wijmo


END DATE: Sep 30, 2022


Pick & Mix

In Striking Balance 22 we ask you to pick one or several topics that you feel passionate about. Use Wijmo to illustrate the relevant data and Weavy in order to allow users to discuss and collaborate on solutions. 

Below we have listed a few example topics within a varied set of areas to give you inspiration for your projects. You can also bring your own topics from within these areas or why not something completely different? It's up to you!

If you lack data sets, we recommend using


 Health running& Fitness  

user-edit Education

location-arrow Product Growth

business-time Corporate Social Responsibility

globe Geography

head-side-brain Innovation

house-damage Urban Development

lightbulb-dollar Business Growth

user-chart Productivity Improvement

chart-network Social Sustainability

plane-departure Tourism & Entertainment

prescription-bottle Research


We have put together a few samples projects you can use to gain familiarity with Weavy and Wijmo. These samples contain some dummy data.

1) Wijmo Weavy Hackathon

This repository consists of a backend build pipeline and a frontend pipeline tied together using npm. It is pre configured for Wijmo components and Weavy apps. It uses NodeJS as a server and shows how you can create JWT tokens using JavaScript. Github

2) Rich UI App

This application is built with webpack used to bundle the Handlebars, JavaScript, and CSS files. It uses a NodeJS/Express backend to serve the bundled files. It is pre-configured to use Wijmo and Weavy libraries and shows a richer UI that stimulates your imagination with more Wijmo controls. Github




3) StackBlitz Dashboard

This is a simple stack blitz that shows how you can load data from the cloud, show it in interactive grid and chart controls, and allow users to show a chat window where they can exchange messages with other users. Github

4) ASP.NET Dashboard

This sample is similar to the previous ones, but uses a slightly different stack. It uses ASP.NET for user authentication, and React for the UI. The main difference is that this app has a client-side part that creates JWT tokens to be used by the Weavy client. Github


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