San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2017
In fact, the company has been using GraphicsJS for several years as the graphics rendering engine in its popular charting solutions AnyChart, AnyMap, AnyStock, and AnyGantt. That means the library is already involved in operating data visualization for thousands of AnyChart's customers, including Microsoft, Samsung, Oracle, BP, Bosch, AT&T, Ford, Volkswagen, Lockheed Martin, Reuters, Bank of China, and many other companies and organizations from around the world.
To learn more about GraphicsJS, please visit http://www.graphicsjs.org.
"AnyChart is a great example of how more and more of the new wave of developer technologies are empowering developers to build more powerful and more scalable apps faster than ever,” said Geoff Domoracki, Founder of DeveloperWeek.
Along with AnyChart for GraphicsJS, this year's Devies Awards winners are:
- Microsoft for Azure DocumentDB, for the category "Platform-as-a-Service";
- IBM for IBM Watson Data Platform, for the category "Machine Learning & Data Science";
- GitLab for GitLab, for the category "Cloud & DevOps";
- Red Hat for Red Hat Mobile Application Platform in "Mobile Development";
- DocuSign for DocuSign eSignature API, for the category "API Services";
- Leap Motion for Orion, for the category "VR/AR Dev";
- MarkLogic for MarkLogic Server, for the category "Data Dev Tools";
- FlowRoute for FlowRoute, for the category "Communication Dev";
- Gupshup for Bot Builder Platform, for the category "Coding Environments";
- Ogury for Ogury App Monetization Solution in "App Monetization";
- SeaLights for SeaLights Continuous Testing Platform, for the category "App Analytics & Testing";
- BlueTalon for BlueTalon Data-Centric Security, for the category "Secure Dev".
The official information about the 2017 Devies Award winners and their certificates can be found at http://www.developerweek.com/awards/2017-devies-award-winners/.