Glow Documentation - Timetable user guide. Chronology. Junto con San Lucas pintando a la Virgen, es la más occidental de las obras de El Greco, fuertemente influenciada por el manierismo italiano. No se conoce exactamente el lugar donde fue realizada esta tabla, aunque numerosos especialistas apuntan a que se pintó en Venecia, debido a la pérdida de rasgos característicos del arte bizantino y al uso de modelos clásicos.
Otra posible hipótesis es que fue pintada para un cliente italiano asentado en Creta, lugar de residencia del pintor. Es una de las obras más significativas de El Greco, pues muestra la transición entre la «maniera greca» y el arte renacentista. Es notoria la influencia de Parmigianino, aunque el artista no abandona el uso del pan de oro. Sin embargo, las figuras son más naturales, pierden el aura de espiritualidad y santidad propia del arte bizantino. JFK. Oswald moves to New Orleans 01/05/1963 at 7:00 AM to 01/06/1963 at 7:00 AM Dallas Oswald moves to New Orleans, and finds employment at the William B.
Riley Coffee Company. General Walker shot 10/05/1963 at 12:00 AM General Walker shot at in his home. Kennedy, Johnson, Connelly met 05/06/1963 at 12:00 AM Cortez hotel Decision for Texas trip made at meeting with Kennedy, Johnson, and Connelly at the Cortez hotel in El Paso Texas. Maurice Bishop seen speaking to Oswald 25/09/1963 at 12:00 AM Antonio Veciana travels to Dallas for a meeting with Maurice Bishop (a.k.a. CIA's growth a malignancy 01/10/1963 at 12:00 AM Reporter Arther Krock, citing a dispatch from Vietnam reporter Richard Starnes, writes, "The CIAs growth was likened to a malignancy which the very high official was not sure even the White House could control any longer.
Clicking on an event brings up a small modal window with a description and links if any are provided in the data. Briefly: Timeglider works well on iOS and Android touch devices; Windows Surface devices are still problematic. Click here for a "kitchen sink" demo, demonstrating a number of public methods.
From a list of dates and events, it can generate a graphical representation of schedules, historical events, deadlines, and more. Below are 3 examples with events from the 2012 MLB Regular Season. Monthly Timeline This day-by-day timeline shows off a few features. The events are automatically stacked compactly when they overlap, whether over a single point or a range. Quarterly Timeline Timelines can appear on different scales simply by plugging in one of a few existing defaults or by providing custom functions for it.
This timeline also has dragging enabled, so click, hold, and drag to try that out. Yearly Timeline Even at a very large scope, chronoline.js still functions. And if you didn't notice, the left and right arrows support both single clicks for discrete jumps and click-and-hold to scroll continuously. Support Browser support is: Credits. Timeline documentation. Contents Overview The Timeline is an interactive visualization chart to visualize events in time. The events can take place on a single date, or have a start and end date (a range). You can freely move and zoom in the timeline by dragging and scrolling in the Timeline. Events can be created, edited, and deleted in the timeline. When the timeline is defined as editable (and groupsChangeable and timeChangeable are set accordingly), events can be moved to another time by dragging them.
Timeline - CHAP Links Library. Timeline | Templates. Timeliner.js Demo. Working examples of the timeliner.js jquery plugin by Tarek Anandan. This page features two working examples, which demonstrate several key features including expand/collapse, autostart/autoload, and multiple timelines per page. The Civil Rights Movement 1954-1964 The content used in this demo is from InvestigatingPower.org, one of two initial places where I implemented timeliner.
InvestigatingPower.org features a total of five timeliner-powered timelines covering the topics of McCarthyism, Civil Rights, the Vietnam War, the Watergate Scandal, Corporate Power (Tobacco), and Post 9/11. Brown v. May 17, 1954 The U.S. Emmett Till August 28, 1955 Fourteen-year-old African-American Emmett Till is brutally murdered after reportedly flirting with a white woman while visiting relatives in Mississippi. Rosa Parks December 1, 1955 Little Rock September 4, 1957 Three years removed from the Brown v. Freedom Rides May 4, 1961 "I Have a Dream" August 28, 1963 Civil Rights Act July 2, 1964 President Lyndon B. Timeline JS - Beautifully crafted timelines that are easy, and intuitive to use. TimeRime.com - Homepage.