It has 6 chart types, offers numerous customization options and help visualize your data in different ways. Each of them animated, fully customisable and look great, even on retina displays.
Chart.js uses the HTML5 canvas element. It supports all modern browsers, and polyfills provide support for IE7/8.
Mambo is a jQuery plugin that use canvas to draw 2D percenatge/colored badges. Mambo eliminates the need for creating images for rounded percentage loaders and round badges.
You can use percentage, static text or insert an image inside the badge, a real time saver!
- Display interactively static graphs exported from a graph visualization software
- Display dynamically graphs that are generated on the fly
- Mobile Support
- Framework Independent
- Extensible Plugin Framework
- Custom Chart Types
- FF, Chrome, IE6+, Android, iOS Compatibility
Html5CanvasTutorials is dedicated to everything you need to know about HTML5 Canvas by providing tutorials, labs, and showcases.
All of the tutorials on Html5CanvasTutorials are organized by chapters and sections and are accompanied by live demos and working code. You can use this site to learn about HTML5 Canvas for the first time, as an HTML5 Canvas reference, or as inspiration for your HTML5 Canvas projects.
The Tutorials tab contains basic and advanced HTML5 Canvas tutorials for the 2d context and Three.js tutorials for WebGL (3d context). The Labs tab contains cool HTML5 Canvas experiments and the Showcase tab contains HTML5 applications and demos from the community.
CAAT in essence is a multi-instance director-based scene graph manager. It is multi-instance in the sense that you can set an undefined number of directors up for each web page. Each director is able to manage different scenes with different timelines.
Pietimer is a creative way to perform time-bound actions on websites and web applications. In fact, it is an alternate to traditional countdown timers that are usually used in web pages. Pietimer displays a reducing pie disk and triggers a callback function as the pie disappears completely.
The pie is used as a canvas element on a web page and inherits height and width from its parent element. However, color code can be defined same as the canvas colors are defined.
With jCanvasScript library, you can utilize mouse and keyboard event to provide drag-and-drop, object animation and several other capabilities.
For Internet Explorer, you can use ExCanvas with jCanvasScript library to provide support for canvas.
CamanJS is not a canvas drawing library, it’s main focus is manipulating images, not drawing new content.
It provides much of the basic functionality you would find in something like Photoshop (image contrast, brightness, levels, saturation, etc.)