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Create interesting interactive visualizations for Whencasts.

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What is a Whencast Visualization

A Whencast Visualization is a way to view a schedule that is created in the WhenHub Studio. Schedules are then presented through Visualizations in the Whencast Player. Custom visualizations allow you to create beautiful presentations of schedules with content such as photos, videos, locations descriptions and custom data.

Developing Custom Visualizations

WhenHub already includes many beautiful visualizations with anything from maps to sliders to charts. However, if you find that one of the existing visualizations do not suit your needs, you can create your own custom visualizations with a basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. These visualizations can be as simple or complex as you would like. You can even leverage any CSS or JavaScript frameworks out there like Bootstrap, Angular, Vue, and many more.

To develop your own custom visualization, we have created the WhenHub Composer . This tool will assist you in setting up your own local environment for development. Once you have setup your development environment with the Composer, the WhenHub Whencaster will allow you to see your work as you develop the visualization.

If you have not experienced a Whencast visualization, check out the WhenHub Explorer to explore many of the Visualizations already built into WhenHub Studio.

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