Joe Agster is announcing that Svidget.js with version number 0.3.3 is already available to download.
What is Svidget.js ?
Svidget.js is Create SVG widgets and display them online, may them be charts, graphics, maps, static objects, animations, and various other types of data visualizations .
Svidget.js is a framework that exposes SVG objects as simple widgets that can be embedded in HTML5 pages.This means SVG graphics are loaded on a page using an <object> tag, with easy to access parameters that control various facets of the SVG code.Developers can easily modify these parameters in the object tag, and when the page loads, the SVG file loaded through it will automatically take them as values adjusting the SVG code accordingly.All widgets and graphics created by Svidget.js are fully-interactive, can be animated with ease, and can take up any form the developers wants them to (if of course it can be reproduced via SVG code).Svidget.js is compatible with SVG data visualizations toolkits like D3.js, Snap.svg, and svg.js, allowing developers to pack them in components and embed them on any HTML5 page.For non-HTML5 browsers, instead of the object code, the SVG file’s code is loaded instead.
This is changelog for Svidget.js version 0.3.3 :
- Major code overhaul for unit testing
- Expose svidget.conversion (maps to Svidget.Conversion static class)
- Expose svidget.Collection (maps to Svidget.Collection class)
- Expose svidget.dom (maps to Svidget.DOM static class)
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: www.svidget.com