Posted over 1 year ago
tlnt.co/p/1qN

Awesome gauges for your next dashboard. Works with practically any browser.

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Tony Brown

was about to post this :)

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Jared Brown

This look great! I have just the project to try this out on. Thanks for sharing Arlo!

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Arlo Carreon

fo shiz

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James Sanderson

Minor quibble - "Oh yes, since it’s pure SVG, it works in almost any browser - IE6+, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Android, etc. " It's using Raphaël.js, so it's not pure SVG - for one it's using JavaScript, but less pedantically it has a VML fall-back for Internet Explorer. Raphaël is seriously cool, if you like this you should definitely check it out.

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Jared Brown

Yea, having a VML fall-back is fairly common among charting libs like this. I just can't believe people still have to support IE6. Wow.

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