The RGraph changelogShare RGraph:
August 2016 (v4.57)
- The Pie chart explode function no longer repeatedly fires if the same segment is exploding
- The onmouseover event has been added to each object. Different to the onmousemove event this fires when you move the mouse pointer over the shape, but not continuously whilst the pointer is over the shape.
- You can now give a second color to the SemiCircular Progress and it will be used as the background color.
The Gauge chart has had the following properties added to it:
- Added the Thermometer chart property backgroundColor
- My hosting had "a bit of funny turn" in August so please let me know if things don't work as expected.
The SemiCircular Progress can now have the start and end angles configured -
here's an example.
A few properties have also been added:
- Minified archives are now dated and placed in the download directory when a new version is released. For example http://www.rgraph.net/downloads/minified/RGraph.minified-YYYY-MM-DD.zip
- Two new demos worth looking at: A demo with a rotating star-burst background and a dual-canvas version that uses two canvas tags (one for the rotating background and one for the chart which allows it to support dynamic features such as animations and tooltips.
- When the Gantt chart had multiple events per line the events weren't adjustable - now they are. You can mix single events and multiple events if you wish. There's an example of adjustable multiple event Gantt charts here.
- The Bar chart grow() effect has been updated - now you can give the method a data array (in the options object) and the Bar chart will animate to that data from the old data instead of each bar starting at zero. It looks best when the scale doesn't change.
- The HBar chart has had adjusting added to it.
- Previously, when you adjusted the Bar chart the bar being adjusted was the one under the mouse pointer - regardless of whether it was under the mouse pointer when you pressed the mouse button down. Now though the bar being adjusted remains being the one that you clicked on, regardless of whether you move the mouse left or right. An example of adjusting the Bar chart.
- Added missing .exec() function into the Vertical Progress bar
- Previously if you had multiple datasets on a Line chart the default number of X axis tickmarks was 20 - regardless of how many points you had. Now it takes the number of tickmarks from the length of the first dataset.
Past release notes
The older release notes are below. If you want to get a feel for the history of RGraph and how its evolved the release notes are the way to do that.