Google Charts version '52' is now available. You can use this upcoming version by loading 'upcoming'. Please test the new features and let us know if you experience any issues.
This release primarily consists of a large number of refactoring and cleanup changes. All code has been migrated to ES6, and a substantial fraction has been migrated to TypeScript. We are still moving forward toward open-sourcing the Google Charts code, but many more internal changes are required before that can be accomplished.
Anticipated production release date: March 20, 2023
At this time, the 'current' version is still '51'.
On the release date, loading either 'current' or 'upcoming' will load '52'.
Note that this is a much longer release cycle compared to previous releases, due to the large number of internal changes.
Updated geochartVersion to 11, and regioncoderVersion to 1.
Gantt, Timeline, and the Material charts: Bar, Line, Scatter
No longer loads the Dygraph library dynamically since it is compiled in.
Fix highlighting of current page number for more than 11 pages.
Add ‘compactRows’ option. Default is false.
Uses the Reingold-Tilford algorithm for layered trees. Its main advantage is a more effective use of horizontal space by placing subtrees close together as long as nodes in the same layer do not overlap.
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