Render Online Maps Using Your Own Tile Map Files and MindFusion Mapping Library for JavaScript

In this blog post we are going to show you how to use the free mapping files, available for download from various resources and convert them to image files so they can be rendered through the URL http://your_website/files_location/{z}/{x}/{y}.png You will get acquainted with various sources of map data files, different tools to convert and export the files into raster images. Finally, you will use MindFusion’s JS Mapping library to create a map that uses the image files, you have prepared and uploaded on your own server.

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Using MindFusion ToolStrip Library in JavaScript

In this blog post we are going to look at the way you can build the ToolStrip that you see at the image below. We use the ToolStrip control, which is part of MindFusion Pack for JavaScript. Here is the final result:

We will go through the process of creating the toolstrip step-by-step, from scratch, clarifying the most important details.

You can run the sample online at https://mindfusion.eu/samples/javascript/grid/TrainSchedule.html

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Custom Grid Drawing in Charting for JavaScript

In this blog post we will look in short at the steps to build this JavaScript area chart with custom grid:

The line chart uses DateTimeSeries for the data and a standard GridType for the major grid lines. The auxiliary grid lines among them are made with custom drawing: we will discuss in details the code for that.

The sample uses MindFusion Charting library for JavaScript, which also supports TypeScript.

You can see the sample online at https://mindfusion.eu/samples/javascript/chart/CustomGrid/DateTimeSeries.html

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One-way Links in Diagramming for JavaScript

In this blog post we demonstrate how you can use the JavaScript Diagram library to allow users to draw an org chart or one-way graph. By default, users are allowed to draw links between any two nodes and the count of links is unlimited. We will use event and properties, available in JS Diagram to allow users to:
– draw only one link between two nodes
– draw links only in one direction.

This behavior mirrors the hierarchy of an organization: in general , each employee, represented by a node, should have only one direct boss.


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