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How to Save Searches in Grids

November 29, 2023
Use Isomorphic Software's SmartClient to save search preferences, instead of repeating the same process time after time.

SmartClient is a comprehensive JavaScript component suite compatible with React, Vue, Angular, and more, that empowers you to craft large-scale, high-productivity Enterprise web applications. Its modern class system fosters clean encapsulation of application modules and screens, resulting in a more maintainable and comprehensible codebase.

In this blog post, Alex Fashakin demonstrates how to use SmartClient's built-in feature to save search preferences on grids. Steps include:

  • Creating the DataSource
  • Building the UI for the Saved Search feature
  • How to save searches on grids
  • Adding visible UI for storing search preferences

Read the complete blog to learn how to boost productivity with the SmartClient saved search feature.

For more information visit our SmartClient product page.

Enhance Stock Analysis with the SMI Indicator

November 16, 2023
amCharts 5: Stock Chart v5.5.3 adds support for the Stochastic Momentum Index indicator, helping users make more informed trading decisions.

amCharts 5: Stock Chart provides analytical tools for displaying time-based data, be it financial, stock or otherwise. It is a ready-made library that allows you to add interactive financial charts to a vast array of applications.

amCharts v5.5.3 adds built-in support for the Stochastic Momentum Index (SMI) to its bundled indicator control, allowing you to add the SMI to your charts via a simple user interface. This indicator reduces false signals by measuring the distance between the current closing price and the midpoint of the high/low price range. The SMI is a valuable technical indicator that can help traders identify potential trend reversals, capture momentum shifts, and make more informed trading decisions. Adding the SMI to your stock charts can help users gain a competitive edge in the market.

To see a full list of what's new in v5.5.3, see our release notes.

For more information, see our amCharts 5: Stock Chart product page.

Improve Multi-Chart Display Performance

November 14, 2023
LightningChart JS v5.0 introduces WebGL context sharing to boost performance when displaying multiple charts.

LightningChart JS is a high-performance JavaScript charting library that utilizes WebGL rendering and GPU acceleration to deliver exceptional performance for a wide range of data visualization needs. It is designed to handle large datasets and complex visualizations with ease, enabling developers to create interactive and visually appealing charts for various applications.

The LightningChart JS v5.0 release introduces WebGL context sharing, enabling the sharing of WebGL resources (e.g. textures, shaders, and buffers) across multiple WebGL contexts. This enhances the performance of multi-chart displays, minimizes memory consumption, and simplifies resource management. It optimizes the rendering of each chart, regardless of their arrangement or quantity. Developers can now employ HTML <div> elements to define chart layouts and use CSS for precise control over positioning.

To see a full list of what's new in v5.0.0, see our release notes.

For more information, see our LightningChart JS product page.

Enhance Geo Heatmaps with Interpolation

November 10, 2023
Highcharts Maps v11.2.0 adds support for geographic heatmap interpolation, allowing you to add estimated values between known data points for temperature map-like charts.

Highcharts Maps provides a standards-compliant method for creating schematic maps in web-based projects. It extends the user-friendly Highcharts JavaScript API to allow web developers to create interactive maps that display sales, election results, or any other geographically related information.

The Highchartts Maps v11.2.0 release adds support for interpolation in geographic heatmaps. The geoheatmap.interpolation feature allows the heatmap to render its data points as an interpolated image, estimating values between known data points. For example, you may have a have a table of temperature data that shows the temperature at specific points within a region. You can use interpolation to estimate the temperature in areas between the known data points. This new feature helps to create more easily understandable and visually appealing heatmaps, even with limited data sets.

To see a full list of what's new in version 11.2.0, see our release notes.

For more information, visit our Highcharts Maps product page.

Create Vertical Sankey Charts with Ease

November 9, 2023
Highcharts v11.2.0 offers new options for the Sankey chart series including vertical alignment and color modes.

Highcharts is an industry-leading JavaScript charting library, used by tens of thousands of developers and over 80% of the world's 100 largest companies. Highcharts Core (formerly Highcharts JS) is an SVG-based, multi-platform charting library that has been actively developed since 2009.

Highcharts v11.2.0 adds new options for the presentation of Sankey chart types. The nodeAlignment option lets you specify which side of the chart nodes should align to, facilitating a vertical layout. The linkColorMode option determines the color mode for Sankey links, including matching the "from" node, the "to" node, or a gradient between the two.

Sankey charts are a type of flow diagram suited to visualizing complex data that changes over time. With the added Sankey chart display options, Highcharts now offers more impactful ways to visualize your data.

To see a full list of what’s new in v11.2.0, see our release notes.

For more information, visit our Highcharts Core product page.