Wijmo Enterprise now includes FlexSheet-a lightweight spreadsheet control, new FinancialChart features, additions to Wijmo 5 and more.
Produce an Excel-like experience in your web app with FlexSheet, a new control allowing users to import spreadsheets, apply formulas, and export data to Excel. Released as a sample in July 2015, FlexSheet is now a fully-supported control for Wijmo, with complete API documentation. We also added a significant number of spreadsheet features since the beta release in July.
Use our official Excel (wijmo.xslx) Module to import and export Excel documents. We included extensions for FlexGrid and FlexSheet that offer seamless integration with the Excel module. The exported grids include features like formatting and even grouping. The Excel module does all exporting/importing on the client, and doesn’t require any server-side installation.
We added support for Average True Range, Relative Strength Index, Commodity Channel Index, Williams %R, MACD/MACD Histogram and Stochastic Oscillator indicators. A technical indicator is a set of derived data that is calculated by applying one or more formulas to the original set of data. Generally, they're used to forecast the asset's market direction and are usually plotted separately from the original data since the Y-axis scales differ.
We added Bollinger Bands & Moving Average Envelopes overlays to FinancialChart. Overlays, like technical indicators, are a set of derived data that is calculated by applying one or more formulas to the original set of data. Generally, they're used to forecast an asset's market direction and are generally plotted with the original data set since the Y-axis scales are the same.
We expanded the power of our Fibonacci tool to include Fans, Arcs and Time zones. These offer powerful visuals for analyzing trends and boundaries in data.
We now support 42 unique culture in Wijmo Globalization. All of Wijmo’s controls honor these cultures and become localized just by including the culture of your choice. Globalize also supports formatting of date quarters with the 'q' or 'Q' format specifier.
Animation features for our chart controls continue to be a most requested feature. For this release, we created samples, including chart extensions, that provide comprehensive chart animation. Our chart animations are optimized for the different chart types. They also feature different modes that allow you to animate by series or by single data point. Animation is easy to use with optimized defaults, but we also offer the ability to configure and customize it including duration, easing direction, and more. This sample and extension include source code and are in beta. We would like feedback before making them official in our future releases.
FlexChart already includes great touch support, but we wanted to extend it with some custom scenarios. The FlexChartZoom sample includes a chart extension that offers zooming and panning using touch gestures. With this extension, you can pinch to zoom in on charts and drag to pan. Optionally, you can choose to limit the zoom and pan to a single axis. This feature is also useful on desktops and is enabled by using the mouse events. This behavior is very specific and not everyone wants it, which is why we are shipping it as a sample and extension. We would like feedback on this extension before we make it official in our future releases.
When working with Date objects, you might need to aggregate or group data by day, months, etc. The AggregateSeries PureJS sample uses a custom series to simplify grouping and data aggregation when using Date objects.
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