The result of yesterday's and today's coding marathons.
almost 3 years ago
Oh! & suddenly I feel hungry when looking to all these colourful things :D
Whoa! Loving these graphs. You're insane at this kind of stuff, man. All these teases are making me really wish this kind of service was available to me. Got any details on how this was coded?
Is it possible to code smooth (and not jagged) curves like that?
@Steven - with tools like http://www.jqplot.com/ it is :)
@Phil, looks great as always - still not to convinced about the colors though.
@Raj, Steven & Niclas: It's all drawn with pure, handcrafted JS on a Canvas. (The whole graph is, complete with background and labels.) The smooth curves are just bezier curves :)
I just realized that your strength is that you always choose the perfect color scheme.
I like it :)
I wished google analytics looked this good. Nice job.
That makes it even more impressive.
Phil, you've done it again my friend. I hope you will open source your JS code for that. Almost all of the graphing JS libraries suck.
This is truly awesome.
Loving the way this is turning out. Great work dude!
Some real JS mastery there. Never knew if it was possible for smooth curves. Why do other dashboard app not use it then? Something I am missing?
Also if only the hover event (Not sure if the target devices includes iPad) could show the exact stat for that day with a dot or something.
It got me thinking, how can you show dashboards on iPad and other touch devices without showing all info for all days?
You really do have a knack for choosing not just great colours, but great combinations of colours.
Thanks for the great comments, guys (and Natalie ;). I think you broke dribbble though, or at least that's the only way I can explain how freakishly popular this shot still is.
@Josh: Well, actually that wasn't my plan before but I could turn it into a really basic mini-library. It'll just need a good deal of polishing first.
@Tuhin: My guess is because it's not very statistically correct :) And yes, mouseover popups are next on my todo list. iPad users will probably have to live without them though …
Colors are awesome
wish all graphs would look like this :D
Damn! this looks nice.
about 2 years ago
4 days ago
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