Friday, October 12th, 2007

John Resig’s turn to tease with some Sneaky 2

Category: jQuery

Rey linked to Thomas Fuchs tease last week and now it is John Resig’s turn.

Are we going to see a nice visualization engine in jQuery?


Posted by Dion Almaer at 12:36 am

4.2 rating from 51 votes


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So… Flash, or SVG? ;)

Comment by Scott Schiller — October 12, 2007

Or plain jQuery ;)

Comment by Gilles — October 12, 2007

Or is it…. !?!?!??!?!?

i’m excited. not 2 wetsuits excited but excited nonetheless

Comment by Hubris Sonic — October 12, 2007

Or plain jQuery

It’s clearly rendering graphics somehow. The question is how. My guess, from the looks of it, is Canvas or SVG.

See also,

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Comment by Vytas — October 12, 2007

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Comment by Andy Stevens — October 12, 2007

Performance looks too good for Canvas or SVG, but it definitely looks interesting.

Comment by Andy Kant — October 12, 2007

@Andy: Canvas can be pretty performant, but the movie did look more flash like, but who knows.

More charting and data visualization would be a great thing for the web world.

Comment by Adam Sanderson — October 12, 2007

@Adam: Canvas can be very “flash like”. Actually my bet is on canvas, unless the video has been edited.

Comment by Mathieu 'p01' Henri — October 13, 2007

It’s Canvas.

Comment by Ryan — October 19, 2007

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