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  • April 20, 2016

New Data Visualization Features in JET 2.0.1

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Oracle JET 2.0.1 was released on April 18th and includes the following new data visualization features:

Custom Center Content for Donut Chart

Custom
center content is now supported for donut chart. This allows arbitrary
HTML content to be specified through a knockout template or a JavaScript
renderer.


Custom Center Content for Circular Status Meter Gauge

Custom
center content is now supported for circular status meter gauge. This
allows arbitrary HTML content to be specified through a knockout
template or a JavaScript renderer.

Custom Marker Shapes and Images

Custom
marker shapes and images are now supported in Chart, Diagram, NBox, and
Thematic Map. Support was added for Picto Chart, LED Gauge, and Rating Gauge in the v2.0.0 release, and this feature is now available for all applicable data visualizations.

Bar Chart Rendering Performance

Performance
has been improved for large data sets. The chart has also been enhanced
to better deal with large numbers of series, especially for bar charts.

Thematic Map Automatic Marker Sizing

Thematic Map now supports automatic sizing of markers whose relative size is specified through the new value property.This is similar to the support in bubble charts, making it much easier to configure markers for responsive layouts.

NBox Custom Count Labels

A custom count label can now be specified for each NBox cell, allowing
the application to display total number and percentage of markers in the
cell, which is especially useful for overflow cases.

Other Enhancements

  • Chart: Tooltip and converter support has been added to the donut chart center label.
  • Tag
    Cloud: A color attribute is now supported on tag cloud items, providing
    a convenience API that is consistent with data items in other
    components.
  • Thematic Map: Thematic Map tooltips can now be customized for regions that aren't associated with data.

Overview and best practices for Data Visualizations in JET is provided in the JET Data Visualizations FAQ. For more information visit Oracle JET website, and post your questions on Oracle JET forum.

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