Release notes for 2012

 

Release notes for the December 2012 release

The December 2012 release of RGraph is now available. The highlight of this release is the addition of the Radar chart Trace effect - which operates in much the same way as the Line chart Trace2 effect.

You can download RGraph here

 

Release notes for the November 2012 release

The November 2012 release of RGraph is now available. This release doesn't add anything that is particularly ground-breaking but does add useful features such as an RGraph.DrawXAxis() function for drawing your own (or extra) X axes and a CSS animation library. You can see examples of the CSS animation effects here: http://www.rgraph.net/docs/howto-use-css3-animations.html Bear in mind though that IE9 doesn't support these effects so you will need IE10+.

You can download RGraph here

 

Release notes for the October 2012 release

The October 2012 release of RGraph is now available. This release contains some very useful additions that are beneficial to interactivity: A move back to DOM2 events (but without any slowdown) and dollar events. Also using gradients is now easier with the Gradient() colour specification.

You can download RGraph here

 

Release notes for the September 2012 release

The September 2012 release of RGraph is now available. The major improvement in this release is the addition of Catmull-Rom splines - which are a big improvment to the way that curvy lines are drawn. No accuracy is now lost and you can see an example of them in the Line chart on the front page. Another significant improvment is the support for DOM1 style events. These make adding your own custom event listener functions much easier and they work like this:

        <script>
            // Make your chart first
            var myObject = new RGraph.Bar('cvs', [8,4,7])
                .set('labels', ['James','Ryan','John'])
                .set('tooltips', ['James','Ryan','John'])
                .draw();
            
            // Then add the event listener like this:
            myObject.ontooltip = function (obj)
            {
                var canvas = obj.canvas;
                var context = obj.context;
                
                // ...
            }
        </script>
        

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Release notes for the July 2012 release

The July 2012 release of RGraph is now available. This release adds the demos folder - which is included in the download, and which shows simple and straight-forward demonstrations of the various charts that RGraph supports. Old versions of docs are now archived on the website. There is now an option for Priority Support - which is available if you want something above and beyond the standard support. And support has been added for DOM1 style custom events. These make it significantly easier to add custom RGraph event listeners - like this:

        <script>
            myChart.ondraw = function (obj)
            {
                // Code here...
            }
        </script>
        

You can download RGraph here

 

Release notes for the June 2012 release

The June 2012 release of RGraph is now available. This release contains less changes than previous releases of RGraph have. It mainly contains updates to the website which has had a design change. The biggest thing in this release (which is still significant) is the fact that the documentation and examples have been unbundled from the download archive and are now available via the website. This is better for quicker updates and the addition of new information.

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Release notes for the May 2012 release

The May 2012 release of RGraph is now available and includes the following updates.

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Release notes for the March 2012 release

The March 2012 release of RGraph is now available. This release is very significant and as such has the RGraph2 moniker. It introduces the ObjectRegistry which allows you to combine different charts on a single canvas. An obvious example is the Line and Bar charts, though any combination is allowed. The combining charts docs page has an example and is here. A less obvious example is the Bar chart combined with the VProgress bar and the example is here. More HOWTO guides are available which take a step-by-step approach to demonstrating some common tasks. Other changes include:

Keep in mind that with the addition of the ObjectRegistry this is a very significant update and upgrades should be done with caution.

You can download RGraph here

 

Release notes for the January 2012 release

The January 2012 release of RGraph is now available and has these changes:

You can download RGraph here