The July release of KeyLines is here. We’ve revamped the SDK site, added color gradients to links, updated our database demos and added support for Angular 6. Read on to learn how you can get started with the latest enhancements.
Styling nodes and links is a great way to add context to your data without overwhelming the user. This release introduces the ability to add color gradients to links:
As well as creating a striking visual effect, gradients are great for helping users understand flows between nodes, and for highlighting clusters of different types of nodes even at low zoom levels.
For a first look at colour gradients in action, take a look at our revised Style Links and Impact Analysis demos.
When you next log in, you’ll notice that we’ve given the SDK site a makeover:
It’s part of a wider project to improve the look and feel of all Cambridge Intelligence websites. There are further improvements planned, but we’d love to hear what you think about the changes so far. Email or Tweet your thoughts.
We’ve updated our collection of resources to help developers get started with KeyLines and the latest version of Angular. If you’re using Angular 6 to build your graph visualization app, there’s detailed documentation available plus demos.
You can learn more about these updates in the KeyLines SDK. If you don’t already have an account, request a trial account here.
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