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DescriptionThe JSFlot JSF chart library builds on top of the JavaScript Open Source Project Flotr (a javascript plotting library based on the Prototype Javascript Framework) to create stunning interactive charts purely using JavaScript. The JSFlot charting library is simple to install, easy to configure and easy to use in your custom application. All of the applications dependencies (purely JavaScript related) are included in the Jar file.

The goal of the JSFlot project is to support all the main features of Flotr (Flotr has its own project page set up at http://code.google.com/p/flotr/), while remaining easy and simple to install and use.

Version 0.5.0 is available in the "Downloads" Tab. Full changes are found in the Changelog. Be sure to check out the new Tutorial, available through the JSFlot Live Demo Tutorial.

Early test with JSF 2.0.0 Beta 2 indicates that JSFlot is compatible with JSF 2 when JSF 2 becomes available.

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New FeaturesNew in Version 0.5.0

Added support for subtags XYDataList, XYDataPoint, BubbleDataPoint and CandlestickDataPoint

New in Version 0.4.0

Added possibility to override default chart colors. Updated Flotr to Revision 146. Added support for Bubble Charts Added support for Candle Stick Charts

New in Version 0.3.5:

Added support for IE 6 and 7. Ajax redraw supported by Prototype, JQuery and JBoss Richfaces expressively Support for Chart Zooming with Overview. Fixed a bug where the chart would not render if the ID and the ClientId has the same value. Added possibility to add a label for each data point on the chart.

Live DemonstrationFor a working Live Demonstration of JSFlot as well as documentation, point your browser to the JSFlot Live Demo Example charts

Main FeaturesSupport for Line, Pie, Clustered bar and Stacked bar charts Support for Bubble Chart and Candle Chart Line and Bar charts supports a Time mode Interactive data points with tooltip Legend support Very attractive looks Support for Crosshair Drag and drop support with a ValueChangeListener that reports on the number of X-axis points that are dragged Support major browsers and platforms Works with most other JSF libraries, including JBoss RichFaces Easy to install the frameworks and tags are easy to use in your application Upcoming FeaturesMore custumization of the charts Support for two X and Y Axis' Support for Candlestick charts Who develops JSFlot ?JSFlot is developed by Joachim Haagen Skeie. Joachim Works as an IT Architect and Software Engineer at a large norwegian IT company. You can read more about joachim on his LinkedIn profile.

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ajax canvas chart faces graph graphics java javaserverfaces jsf jsf2 maven opensource plot prototype visualization

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