[aida] Webcharts now also print.
Nicholas.Moore at tsr-i.com
Tue Jul 7 10:04:39 CEST 2009
excellent work - a great contribution.
You mention hundreds of data points - have you had any problems with build up of objects in the image and if so how did you release the various elements?
My problem is that I have been using WebGrid to display a directory of about 150 names and phone numbers. Three columns gives me 450 instances of WebText and each page refresh increments the count by 450. An onClickDo; associated with a cell adds another 450.
I have been scratching my head to find an elegant solution! - but all I have is a scratched head!
On Monday 06 July 2009 23:16:51 Herbert König wrote:
> Hi Janko,
> JM> Nice news, thank you a lot!
> my pleasure, really. I enjoy to have this work.
> JM> About zooming an other features, how hard is that to support in Aida?
> JM> This need to be Ajax sent back to the server then Ajax updated, right?
> Not sure what you're up to here but interested.
> I think it is as easy as it was to add the texts to the x-axis. I will
> definitely hack on selecting a datapoint in the chart, edit it the
> conventional AIDA way (or select a segment between two points and
> insert a newly created between them .... MicroAidaCAD). This will need
> Ajax send and update. But I want to finish the umlaut thing and
> prevent WebTABs from printing before. Need to get a few things out.
> Zooming and clicking and display the clicked data are features that
> browser once. These should not need the server at all if the server
> doesn't care.
> But you know the difference between reading something and making it
> work so I may be wrong.
> Barcharts a bit flexibilized (ignore the spell checker) make wonderful
> Gantt diagrams. I gave up on Gjallar because they don't support
> parallel processes but I created a morphic tool to graphically create
> Gjallar processes. AIDA supports persons, (roles..?) and plotr (and
> with those big similarities also AidaCharts) have the quick web graphics.
> Be prepared to be pestered by BPM questions some day :-))
> Herbert mailto:herbertkoenig at gmx.net
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