Disabling SankeyDiagram initial animation

Type tutorial

This supershort tutorial will show how to disable SankeyDiagram’s initial “fold-out” animation. Disabling animation If you have “animated” theme enabled, SankeyDiagram will fold out its nodes from left to right when it first loads. For that specific animation, it uses its interpolationDuration setting. So, to make the nodes appear instantly, all we have to do […]

Trigger a replay of the chart initial animations

Type demo

Most of the elements on a chart – e.g. series or chart itself – have appear() method. Calling it will re-play whatever animation was played when the chart was first loaded, for example series morphing into place. This demo showcases this functionality.

Animated rotation of the globe via API

Type demo

This demo shows how we can animate rotation of a globe (MapChart with an Orthographic projection) by creating an animation for its deltaLongitude and deltaLatitude properties.

Animated bullets

Type demo

In this demo you’ll see how we can use chart’s built-in animation capabilities to add animation effects to bullets. Example #1 Example #2

Disabling XY series initial animations

Type tutorial

By default, when “animated” theme is enabled, all XY series will show initial animation, growing from zero to their absolute values. This tutorial will show how you can disable that effect, without interfering with the rest of the animations. Disabling Disabling this initial effect is easy: each series has a setting showOnInit. The “animated” theme […]

Creating Pie Series Animations

Type tutorial

By default (if you are using “animated” theme), Pie series will fade in when chart initializes. Let’s explore how we can fancy-up those animations. Base chart Let’s take this chart as a base: As you can see, it just fades in. Boooooring. Let’s fix that. The concepts But, before we jump to unicorns and rainbows, […]

Custom Loading Indicator

Type tutorial

This tutorial will show how you can create your own custom loading indicator over chart. The task Supposedly we have a complex chart, with loads of data, which needs to be loaded from server, parsed, digested and visualized. We don’t want the empty space of a chart just sit there, so we’d like to display […]