Posts Tagged ‘2D’

There are beautiful JavaScript chart libraries out there that has support for many features: interactivity, multiple chart types..

But, what if you are only looking for a solution to create line charts and don’t need the rest? The answer seems to be Aristochart.


Aristochart is a JavaScript library with no dependencies. It is only capable of creating 2D line charts which are static (uses <canvas>).

The library focuses on customization and provides lots of options for changing the design, labels and almost any other stuff.

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  • Few days ago, Adobe has launched the Flash Player 11 which is a milestone for the product as the new Stage3D API that allows up to 1,000 times faster rendering compared to Flash Player 10.

    It focuses on the 3D content and the widely-used 2D content won't be getting the advantages of this new feature.

    Starling Framework

    Starling Framework, a pure ActionScript 3 library, aims to fill this gap by rendering all content through GPU.

    The framework has a familiar API which makes it very easy to use for Flash developers. Even the live-Flash-websites can be improved with it just by exchanging the native Flash classes with their Starling equivalents.

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  • Filed under: BSD License, Flash, Goodies
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