[html5] making standards-compliant charts

Martin Gainty mgainty at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 27 08:46:54 PST 2008

we were able to achieve some good presentations on financial data using JFreeChart
HTHMartin ______________________________________________ Disclaimer and confidentiality note Everything in this e-mail and any attachments relates to the official business of Sender. This transmission is of a confidential nature and Sender does not endorse distribution to any party other than intended recipient. Sender does not necessarily endorse content contained within this transmission. > Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2008 07:06:13 +0000> From: ian at hixie.ch> To: mateubonet at yahoo.com> CC: Help at lists.whatwg.org> Subject: Re: [html5] making standards-compliant charts> > On Fri, 26 Dec 2008, Matt Bonner wrote:> > > > I am especially interested to hear how HTML experts view efforts to > > create bar or line charts in HTML/CSS.> > Graphs are, well, graphical. HTML would generally be inappropriate. :-) > I'd recommend using SVG or PNG for static graphs, with SVG or <canvas> for > dynamic graphs, and providing tables for people who can't view the graphs.> > The <meter> element in HTML5, once implemented, might help with simple bar > charts (like quota displays).> > HTH,> -- > Ian Hickson U+1047E )\._.,--....,'``. fL> http://ln.hixie.ch/ U+263A /, _.. \ _\ ;`._ ,.> Things that are impossible just take longer. `._.-(,_..'--(,_..'`-.;.'> _______________________________________________> Help mailing list> Help at lists.whatwg.org> http://lists.whatwg.org/listinfo.cgi/help-whatwg.org
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