dygraphs 1.0.0

Posted in Uncategorized at 5:39 am by danvk

Six years ago I created dygraphs, an interactive JavaScript charting library. Four years ago, I open sourced it. Yesterday, we officially released version 1.0.0.

The project continues to grow, sometimes seemingly in spite of itself, gaining new users and contributors. Robert’s blog post describes the reasons for doing versioned releases. Personally, I’m quite excited about having the freedom to change core behaviors without worrying about upsetting users!

The key features of dygraphs are, and remain, the ease of quickly creating a chart and the ability it gives you to explore large data sets. The canonical chart is a comparison of temperatures for three years in SF and NYC. You can zoom in, see individual data points and change the rolling average:

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