Here is one of the most recent sunday projects finished on a monday night, and published on a tuesday. I had a need to make some super simple percentage bar charts, so I figured I'd start off with making the stripped down version then integrate later, so everyone can use and mess with as much as they want. Let me know what you think. I know this project uses the less css framework, which is pretty awesome for people writing css over and over again, it makes it exciting again. Of course this css chart will work without the less framework, we'd just need to grab the compiled version of the css.
I hope this finds a use for someone out there.. Thanks!
This is derived from a raphael example, rewritten to use prototype and support a few more configurations. My overall goal with this line chart was to create a simple and easy to use library that can create great looking line charts. After seeing raphael's example, I knew this was the perfect place to start. Please leave comments, and let me know what you think.
I must say, San Francisco is truly an amazing city. I recently visited the city for a workshop/conference. While I was there, I was sure to find some street art and unique spots in the city. I've always admired San Francisco for the technology, people, public transportation, organization, history and so much more. It is too bad these pictures I've captured are low quality taken with my iphone4. One of these days I'm gonna have to make a permanent move to the city, as its one of my favorite places I've ever been.
0to255 is a simple tool that helps web designers find variations of any color.