Deneb Cheat Sheet
One of the common occurrences in learning any new technology is trying to remember a set of basics that can help shape your solutions. Deneb is no different, and, as a container for the Vega-Lite grammar for interactive graphics within Power BI, thus exposes two new syntaxes. To help ease the burden for intermediate and advanced users of Power BI of remembering additional syntaxes within Power BI (one already has DAX and Power Query/M), a “cheat sheet” can be useful. We hereby present a “cheat sheet” for Deneb and Vega-Lite that contains several small sections with context and code snippets. Hopefully this can be a useful reference for the JSON-based code of Deneb and Vega-Lite.
There are many resources online for Deneb and Vega-Lite, and, as always, you can refer to the Deneb Showcase category of the Enterprise DNA support forum for more examples and templates.
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