Making a graph viewer available in the Azure portal
To easily get a clear overview of the Digital Twins hierarchy of spaces, it would be great to add a (readonly) graph viewer for Digital Twins. A graph viewer has already been build and published to GitHub. Why not add this option to the Azure portal as the Digital Twins Explorer. (https://github.com/Azure/azure-digital-twins-graph-viewer)
Optionaly the explorer could be used to add, modify of delete spaces, devices or sensors in a non-readonly mode.
Thanks for the suggestion! Though this was for the previous version of Azure Digital Twins, this is still relevant with the latest version’s sample – the ADT Explorer. This is a great idea and we’d love to see more feedback on this, but we have not planned this yet
Check out the new ADT Explorer sample – https://github.com/Azure-Samples/digital-twins-explorer
Also, check out the latest version of Azure Digital Twins – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/digital-twins/overview-differences
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