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Archive for January, 2011

AnyChart Update

January 27th, 2011 by Timothy Loginov

On 26th of February AnyChart is proud to release version of AnyChart Flash Charting Component with new JavaScript library methods, enhanced pie and donut charts labeling algorithm, extended external scroll interface and a lot of bugfixes. Please download the latest trial version from AnyChart Download Section.

  • New: Chart Show and Hide methods
  • Improvement: Pie labeling mechanism improved
  • Improvement: JS Scroll interface extended
  • Bug fix: JavaScript data manipulation and loosing changes
  • Bug fix: “No data” message in Funnel and Treemap
  • Bug fix: Memory Leaks in IE
  • Bug fix: Point click in Pie charts return value
  • Bug fix: Absolute Deviation threshold issues
  • Bug fix: Pies and palettes
  • Bug fix: Scroll behavior
  • Bug fix: Tooltip cut off
  • Bug fix: Logarithmic axis labeling
  • Bug fix: AM/PM Date Time issue
  • Bug fix: Negative values labeling

We hope you enjoy all these improvements and we’ll do our utmost to make AnyChart even better in future releases.

AnyStock for Silverlight Beta Testing

January 27th, 2011 by Timothy Loginov

Today we introduce a beta version of AnyStock for Silverlight. AnyChart Stock and Financial Charts is an XML/JSON Flash based financial charting solution, which we have recently launched. And now it is also our first component for Microsoft Silverlight – an application framework similar to Adobe Flash, designed for writing and running rich Internet applications. We invite everybody to participate in our beta testing program and receive a discount upon release. Please check out the demo portals:

And see the beta testing page: