KeyLines 4.0 is here

23rd January, 2018

We’re delighted to announce that KeyLines 4.0 is now available to all customers. The highlight is our new combos functionality, to eliminate chart clutter and help you navigate your biggest and most complex networks.

Combos are visual groupings of nodes, which can be styled, opened, closed, nested and moved around. It’s an intuitive new way to explore networks, without data overload.

There are several new demos to showcase the new feature, and how it can transform your KeyLines applications.

KeyLines improved combos can be opened, closed, nested and styled

There’s more… KeyLines 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8

Last week, we announced our new release strategy for KeyLines – bringing you more functionality, sooner. Since September, we’ve been steadily incorporating new features into KeyLines, including:

What's new in KeyLines 3.6?

  • Integration with the VueJS framework (learn more)
  • Two demos to showcase the many link and node styles available
  • Some handy new time bar and chart.zoom options

What's new in KeyLines 3.7?

  • Add labels and glyphs to the ends of links
  • Animate your links with ‘pings’ to make them stand out
  • Several new and updated demos, to showcase new and improved features
  • Updated support for React 16

What's new in KeyLines 3.8?

  • Sequential layout – designed to display tiered datasets that have a clear sequence of distinct levels
  • Integration with JanusGraph (learn more)
  • Better demo styling for our database integrations

Deprecations and breaking changes

We’ve made it easier for you to find key information for each release by creating new sections on the ‘Downloads’ page: Breaking Changes and Deprecations.

We try to keep both to a minimum, but sometimes they’re necessary. Remember to take a look before upgrading to the latest version. For more about this, or anything else in this blog post, check out the Release Notes.

Want to try it for yourself?

To really understand the power of the new combos functionality, you have to try it for yourself. Register here for a KeyLines trial account, or contact us for more information.

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