Tuesday, March 26, 2013

HTML5 Bar Chart


When programmers face a problem they have already solved before, they usually rely on code reuse, and obviously, on their own previously acquired software knowledge, to build new software. As software development becomes mature, the code reuse routine often becomes a more standardized process which includes techniques, collections of implementations and abstractions such as software libraries, design patterns and frameworks, so that other people in the developer's team can take advantage of the common knowledge/code implementation reuse. When it comes to JavaScript development, the presence of the ubiquitous jQuery library can sometimes lead to the development of plugins, which are a broader kind of code reuse, because they can be made public and help a much wider developer community. This article approaches two separate and very distinct programming capabilities: the first one is the ability to design your own jQuery plugin (that is, extending the usefulness of the jQuery's dollar sign) and the other is the art behind drawing your own 3D bar charts, using already existing free libraries, without relying on third party tools. The goal of the article is not to provide a 100% professional, flawless 3D charting tool, nor a ultimate jQuery plugin, but instead it tries to give you a direction on how simple things can be made using simple tools.


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