What's new in JViews
JViews offers the broadest set of high-performance interactive advanced graphic components for building a wide variety of business, scientific, and data exploration graphical user interfaces. In addition to real-time performance, custom interaction, and ability to scale large data sets, JViews provides visual tools to quickly and easily configure and customize your user interface.
What’s New in JViews 2017
JViews is trusted in mission-critical applications across the globe, from managing telecommunications networks to air traffic control. We find improvements are necessary for our customer’s critical applications, requiring alterations to our product which break backward compatibility. JViews 2017 is such a release.
Most computations are now calculated in double precision in place of floating point precision to provide better accuracy. This is critical to our maps customers who need objects drawn at precise locations.
A result of changing computations from single to double precision floating point, many JViews signatures have changed. To assist in migrating to JViews 2017, a migration tool has been provided to evaluate your code and determine which methods/constructors require modification. The JViews release notes provides migration guidelines and instructions to download the migration tool.
JViews 2017 supports Java 7 and 8. Please note JViews 2017 will be the last major release to support Java 7.
When migrating to JViews 2017, plan for additional time. Our support team is always available to answer questions and assist with your migration.
Download the newest version, or email us to discuss your options for upgrading to JViews 2017.
You can learn more about JViews here or click on the image below to play with our interactive demos.