jQuery Sparklines News 15 June 2013 - Version 2.1.2 Relased This release adds support for jQuery 1.10.0 and other bug fixes and minor improvements. See the full changelog for details of all changes. 26 January 2013 - Version 2.1.1 Relased This release adds support for jQuery 1.9.0 along with a couple of other bug fixes. If you're using a version of jQuery later than 1.8, be extra sure you're not rendering your page in quirks mode to avoid breaking tooltips for IE users. See the full changelog for details of all changes. 15 October 2012 - Version 2.1 Released This release is primarily a bug-fix release, but also adds support for Internet Explorer 10. See the full changelog for details of all changes. 29 April 2012 - Version 2.0 Released This release represents a significant code update. Customizable mouseover tooltips and interaction including highlighting of moused-over values. It should be fully backwards compatible with the 1.x versions with the following exceptions: There's a few non-code updates as well: eg.
birdeye - Information Visualization and Visual Analytics Library Overview BirdEye is a community project to advance the design and development of a comprehensive open source information visualization and visual analytics library for Adobe Flex. The actionscript-based library enables users to create multi-dimensional data visualization interfaces for the analysis and presentation of information. The project is based on development and the integration/adoption of related open source libraries (see credits and attributions). Update A "next generation" development of BirdEye is underway. Contribute Want to contribute? Questions and Discussion You are invited to join the Group Support site to pose questions and discuss implementation of the library.
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