Timeline Releases and Access
Timeline Releases and How to Access Them
Current release: Timeline 2.3.0
March 6, 2009: The current release is ver 2.3.0. Release_notes.txt
- AutoWidth. AutoWidth automatically calculates and sets the 'width' for the Timeline's bands and for the overall Timeline.
- Timeline start and end. Timelines are infinite by default. But now you can start and/or end limits to your Timeline to focus the user on a time period of interest.
- CompactPainter, which enables for large images to be displayed on the Timeline. It will automatically render image stacks when multiple events occur close to each other.
And much more! See the release notes for more information.
- A public copy of the release is hosted by MIT and can be included in your html file by using the link (N.B. URL uses number '2.3.1' though current code release is v2.3.0:
How to Access Timeline
Using the Timeline library is easy, see below for the two techniques. Either way, you're using the same software and your results will be the same.
Load via the Internet
The recommended and easiest way to include the Timeline library in your HTML page is to load the library via the Internet. A public copy of the current and prior releases is hosted by MIT. The MIT url is included with the information about each release.
Load via your own web server
September 23, 2008: Release 2.2.0. release_notes.txt
September 19, 2008: Release 2.1.0.
March 20, 2008: Release 2.0 Major re-write to reflect experience with 1.0 and to support new Exhibit project.
See MIT site for more information.
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