The new build, ZingChart 2.4.0, includes new features, updates, bug fixes, and documentation.
Enabled heat map scrolling on both x- and y-axes.
Improved the logic on the following bar chart-related attributes:
Improved logic on boxplot legend plotting so that only one legend item/marker is plotted if no data outlier is specified.
Improved data normalization on bubble charts so that if excess parameters are included in the
"values"array, they are automatically omitted.
Introduced graphid parameter when calling showmenu API.
Added x and y parameters to the showmenu API to enable context menu positioning.
%npvtoken on standalone labels.
Removed default value boxes from nested pie charts.
Fixed scale-x.opposite items shift on zoom bug.
Fixed disappearing pie chart on continual legend click (canvas).
Fixed zoom-to-values so that on a graphset, it applies to all graphs in the graphset.
Fixed API showplot/hideplot and window re-size so that it doesn't lose legend state.
Fixed pie chart hover tooltip with window-resize.
Fixed scale-x.item.flat = false.
Fixed hideprogresslogo and crosshairX bug.
Fixed crosshairX so that it displays with multiple series containing null values.
Fixed dynamic margins on plotarea.
Fixed so that generated SVG validates against BasicSVG
Fixed inline HTML and getimagedata so that it parses/renders correctly.
We launched a new ZingChart Help Center! Intended to supplement our existing docs and tutorials, you can search for information on specific chart types and tools. Our recent blog post provides more information.
New Mobile Charts Tutorial for our new mobile charts plugin.
Upgrading is automatic if you’re evaluating ZingChart via our CDN, or you can download the new build to use locally. If you’re an existing customer, make sure to update your build by downloading and updating your library files. If you use a version number, be sure to change it to 2.4.0.
We always seek feedback when users upgrade to the latest version of ZingChart. Let us know what you think! We’re available by email, chat, or in the comments section below.