New pie chart demo 8th December 2013
A new Pie chart demo is now available that shows gradients, segment separation and shadows
all used in-conjunction with each other.
New mouseover hints for the RGraph website 5th December 2013
The RGraph website has just been updated with - wait for it - mouse over hints! Just like
Gmail! Can you say "Oooooooo..."? :-)
New drawing API text object link options 27th November 2013
The drawing API text object has just had a few new options added to it so that you can turn the text into something that
resembles a link. You can change the target (naturally), the window options and the window target (eg _blank).
The options are the same that you can give to the native window.open function - so you can have the link open in a popup
window if you prefer.
New jQuery dependency for RGraph3 22nd November 2013
The next stable release of RGraph will be the last that is "standalone". Following that the major version number will
be bumped from 2 to 3. This is because RGraph3 will have a new dependency - jQuery. Up until now only a few animation
functions have required the use of jQuery - but starting with RGraph3 jQuery will be used more and more throughtout
the whole of RGraph. To use jQuery you don't have to download it or add it to your website - you can if you wish
simply add it to your page using the Google public CDN
Doing this will reduce the size of the RGraph libraries, increases the speed of your website and reduces the
amount of bandwith that you use - so there's very few reasons not to for public websites (even private sites may
New canvas currentTransform property 21st October 2013
Previously there has been no reliable way to get hold of the canvas transformation. Now though, with the new currentTransform property, you get an SVGMatrix object that
gives you this information.
visualisation. Using the new <canvas> tag,
server load. This leads to smaller page sizes, lower costs and faster websites.
Open and free to use!
RGraph is free to use on non-commercial websites
under the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial license
- you don't need to buy a license - just link to the RGraph website on your site. The
full source is included in the download and you can edit it as you need.
Go here for details about a commercial license if you want to use RGraph on a commercial or in a application.
All the charts and features are documented with examples and code that you can use. The HOWTO guides walk you through
doing common tasks step-by-step with more example code.
The full source is included in the download and you're free to make changes to suit your needs.
The API is documented and there are several basic examples to help get you up and running.
Charts and graphs made with the HTML5 canvas tag!
easy 2D drawing. Using RGraph to
produce your charts makes the process a breeze and enables you to quickly get up and running. HTML5 Canvas is supported
by all modern browsers and mobile devices meaning your charts and graphs will be seen by the widest possible number of users.
You can read more about the canvas tag here as well as
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