GWT Highcharts is a library that allows developers to include Highstock and Highcharts visualizations within a GWT application.
GWT Highcharts is developed using the Java programming language and can be run on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
Here are some key features of "GWT Highcharts":
· Compatible with most browsers
· Clean syntax
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Upgraded to Highcharts 2.3.3 and Highstock 1.2.4 Added support for polar, spider, and wind rose type charts Now supports configuring the "Navigator" and "RangeSelector" options of a StockChart Added support for the COLUMN_RANGE, AREA_RANGE and AREA_SPLINE_RANGE series render types Added corresponding ColumnRangePlotOptions, AreaRangePlotOptions and AreaSplineRangePlotOptions types New Point constructors and addPoint/setPoints methods that support [x, low, high] points New isVisible() method to check for series visibility at runtime after rendering the chart Reworked the way point conversion occurred to better handle range charts and null values Fix for potential null pointer issue in the getExtremes() method Added support for millisecond formatting on the DateTimeLabelFormats configuration type Allow retrieval of native Highcharts data instance is all event and formatter callbacks for advanced JSNI use cases. Added several new example charts to the Showcase application for the new po...