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    jormahytonen
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    I’m senior HTML5/CSS/JavaScript/Perl/PHP/SQL developer and teacher of our high school (StMichel, Finland). I plan to use CanvasJS library as example of programming browser side languages. We use Drupal7 and MySQL as our platform. Here are some sample I create: http://datatuki.net/dnodes/content/dynaaminen-javascript-html5-chart (Mixed).

    I wonder can I download / save offline documentation of CanvasJS. So we can use it like schoolbook, or save it our school internal network.

    Best regards,
    Jorma Hytonen

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    Sunil Urs
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    Jorma,

    Nice to see CanvasJS Charts working on Drupal. Thanks for the link.. 🙂

    >> I wonder can I download / save offline documentation of CanvasJS. So we can use it like schoolbook, or save it our school internal network.
    Sorry, as of now we don’t have an offline documentation. But feel free to make a copy with other workarounds. I haven’t tested this method myself though.


    Sunil

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