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How to add annotations with JavaScript and HTML in Infragistics jQuery Chart

, 22 Aug 2012
This article will help you add annotations to igChart using HTML Canvas. This approach can be used to add graphic elements to other components using HTML Canvas

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About the Author

Mihail Mateev
Team Leader Infragistics
Bulgaria Bulgaria
Mihail Mateev is a Senior Technical Evangelist, Team Lead at Infragistics Inc. He worked as a Software developer and team lead on WPF and Silverlight Line of Business production lines of the company. Now he works like a Technical evangelist in the Infragistics.
Mihail worked in various areas related to technology Microsoft: Silverlight, WPF, Windows Phone 7, Visual Studio LightSwitch, WCF RIA Services, ASP.Net MVC, Windows Metro Applications, MS SQL Server and Windows Azure. He also write many jQuery related blogs.
Over the past ten years, Mihail has written articles for Bulgarian Computer World magazine, blogs about .Net technologies. He is a contributor and a technical editor of publications PACKT Publishing and Wiley. Mihail did presentations for .Net and Silverlight user groups in Bulgaria. He has an Experience with GIS system over .Net framework. He worked more than five years in ESRI Bulgaria like a Software developer and a trainer. Several years Mihail did a lectures about Geographic Information Systems in the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” , Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics. Mihail is also a lecturer about Computer Systems in the University of the Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Sofia at Computer Aided Engineering Department. Mihail holds master's degrees in Structural Engineering and Applied Mathematics and Informatics.
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