This release delivers the fastest KeyLines yet, thanks to major improvements to our WebGL rendering performance.
We’ve also made it easier to manage your KeyLines lifecycle, revised our Vue framework offerings, and created a brand new anti-fraud demo.
We know that performance is key when you’re building a data visualization app. To speed things up, we’ve significantly improved our WebGL rendering performance. During benchmark testing, we’ve seen a 50% increase in frames per second compared with earlier releases.
We’ve added the option to create a parent container for elements, giving you much better control over the lifecycle of your KeyLines component.
The container provides plenty of benefits. To stop KeyLines wasting memory and other resources when you’re not using it, you can now use ‘destroy’ functions to remove elements quickly and cleanly from your app. It also makes it much easier to move and hide charts and time bars around, or reassign them if you’re switching tabs in a single page app.
Another bonus – component resizing can be performed automatically, so there’s no need to write complex custom code. It just works.
You’ll find an updated tutorial to get your integration off to a quick start, and a Vue component that’s more useful and consistent.
Our latest demo shows how visualizing data can help to analyze potentially fraudulent insurance claims.
The Insurance Fraud Analysis demo features a large dataset and multiple views so you can drill down into suspicious activities, carry out social network analysis and explore map-based data.
It’s just one of over 85 demos – complete with downloadable code – available from the KeyLines SDK site.
You’ll also see fixes and other improvements, including:
As ever, you’ll find more details in the release notes on the KeyLines SDK site. And if you’re not already a KeyLines user, request a free trial to start your graph visualization journey.
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