About RGraph and Richard (the author)
About the RGraph software
Any donations are appreciated - (you can find more on the donations page).
About Richard (the author)
Formerly an avid snow-boarder and extreme sports enthusiast I've been in the technology sector in the United Kingdom for over 21 years, and in the web development sector specifically for 17 of those.
Starting in a telephone technical support role for consumer desktops for a well known UK high street brand I then moved into a firm doing dedicated desktop support. Both jobs were not exactly... ideal! (Though that might be because I wasn't particularly good at them...)
But from there I was able to start web based programming, using the emerging PHP, and go onwards and upwards, working for firms in the south of England near London, including one of largest film rental firms in the country and an investment tracking and reporting firm that was headed by a well known investor.
Throughout this period I was able to work on various pieces of Open Source software which were distributed via my phpguru.org website.
The technical expertise that has resulted from working on these high traffic websites and Open Source projects lends itself well to producing high quality software with great performance and is easily usable.
Unfortunately all of this came to an abrupt halt some time ago when I suffered 5 pretty bad strokes which left me with significantly reduced vision, mobility (after taking 4-5 years to learn to walk and talk again!) and coordination. But handily that lends itself well to sitting in front of a computer, cursing at the monitor!
Thanks go to:
- Graeme Elsworthy for some updates and documentation to the Gauge chart labels.
- Anthony Kuma for some updates to the Line chart ingraph labels.
- Zsolt for some updates to the Line chart documentation and HBar updates.
- Amjad Moghul for the documentation layout style.
- Jan Dirk for various bug reports.
Contact information and support
If you have a support question you can send a message to the RGraph support team using the support forum.
RGraph on Twitter
You can connect with RGraph on Twitter by going to the RGraph Twitter profile. Posts on Twitter sometimes link to larger articles on (for example) the Facebook page or the RGraph blog.