Posts Tagged ‘Charts’

DHTMLX Gantt Chart Updated to Version 2.1

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We are proud to introduce the new version of our JavaScript Gantt chart library, dhtmlxGantt 2.1. An updated version fixes the known bugs, works better with large data sets, and comes with a number of new features, such as milestones, custom configuration of the lightbox, non-linear time scale, etc. Some of the new and exciting …

DHTMLX 3.6 Released with New Great Features

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We are excited to announce the long awaited release of DHTMLX 3.6. This update is aimed to fix the known bugs and improve stability and performance of the DHTMLX UI components. This release brings new features to dhtmlxForm and dhtmlxChart, and introduces a new component – dhtmlxPopup. dhtmlxPopup With this new UI component, the DHTMLX …

DHTMLX 3.5: Build Visually Stunning, Real-Time Web Apps

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We are excited to announce the release of DHTMLX v.3.5, our JavaScript/Ajax component library. With this release, we focused on updating the design of the UI components and we hope that you’ll love the look of the new skin. We’ve also added powerful data processing capabilities, such as live updates functionality and offline support. Here …

DHTMLX Touch Mobile Framework Updated to Beta

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UPD: DHTMLX Touch 1.0 was released on November 14, 2011 (download the update). We are happy to announce the update of our DHTMLX Touch framework for mobile web apps. It is now available in Beta and provides the final JavaScript API that will be preserved in the official release. This update includes a new DataView …

dhtmlxChart Updated: Stacked, Series, and New Chart Types

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Even though the first official release of dhtmlxChart was introduced just 2 months ago, today we are ready to present its update pack. You will be pleasantly surprised by the various useful features we have added to our JavaScript charting library. Area Chart isOur first piece of good news is the announcement of a new …

dhtmlxChart: Quick and Easy-to-Use JavaScript Charts

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By creating our UI components, we’ve tried to provide you with a useful, out-of-the-box solution that saves you precious time and helps you to create outstanding web applications. Today we are happy to introduce a fresh member of the DHTMLX team – dhtmlxChart (go to the charts homepage to download the package and see live …