Weekends, Holidays and Nonworking Time Coloring
Project and Resource Gantt charts now have the option to color holidays, weekends, and nonworking time. Use the anychart.core.ui.Timeline#weekendsFill, anychart.core.ui.Timeline#holidaysFill and anychart.core.ui.Timeline#workingFill methods to set how the weekend, holiday and nonworking time defined by the anychart.core.gantt.Calendar#holidays and anychart.core.gantt.Calendar#schedule methods are shown.
Milestones on Resource chart
In Resource Gantt charts, now you can show milestones. It allows you to visualize multiple milestones with individual tooltips in one line.
Zoom Using Mouse Wheel
Text shadow effect
For most of the text elements in all charts (and maps), now you can tune text shadow using the textShadow() method. The shadow effect can be helpful in displaying text on some background colors or give your visualizations more of a wow effect.
Fiscal Year Shift
The start of the fiscal year in Gantt charts can now be set to any month of this or next year. This allows you to display the timeline properly in the world of financial or budget years.
In addition, a list of improvements we’ve brought to our JS charts library includes the following:
- Background corners settings in basic charts can now be set in percents or pixels.
- Performance of sunburst chart labels is significantly enhanced, and now they can render more than 20,000 points.
- Cambodia’s map already reflects the split of Kampong Cham into two provinces: Kampong Cham (west of the Mekong River) and Tbong Khmum (east of the Mekong River).
Plus, there are other enhancements and bug fixes. Check the version history of the product you are using to keep up with the latest changes:
Send us your feedback and we will be glad to adjust the roadmap according to your needs.
Enjoy AnyChart JS Charts 8.8.0!
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