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But Chartist.js is the product of a community that was disappointed about the abilities provided by other charting libraries. Of course there are hundreds of other great charting libraries but after using them there were always tweaks you would have wished for that were not included. Highly customizable responsive charts Facts about Chartist The following facts should give you an overview why to choose Chartists as your front-end chart generator: Simple handling while using convention over configurationGreat flexibility while using clear separation of concerns (Style with CSS & control with JS)Usage of SVG (Yes!
These projects and wrapper libraries are known to me right now that either use Chartist.js or wrap them into a library for usage in a framework. Cross-browser support Note that CSS3 animations on SVG CSS attributes are not supported on all browsers and the appearance may vary. Samples of Diagramming for HTML5/Canvas by Northwoods Software® Minimal Shows default Diagram interactivity and basic data-binding.
Select, move, copy, delete, undo, redo with keyboard or touch. Basic Shows many of the commands possible in GoJS, templates for Links and for Groups, plus tooltips and context menus for Nodes, for Links, for Groups, and for the Diagram. Shapes. Morris.js. Getting started Add morris.js and its dependencies (jQuery & Raphaël) to your page. 1 <link rel="stylesheet" href="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/morris.js/0.5.1/morris.css">2 <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.0/jquery.min.js"></script>3 <script src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/raphael/2.1.0/raphael-min.js"></script>4 <script src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/morris.js/0.5.1/morris.min.js"></script> If you don’t want to use the CDN-hosted assets, then you can extract them from the zip bundle and upload them to your own site.
Your first chart Start by adding a <div> to your page that will contain your chart. Chartinator.
NVD3. Google Chart API. The Google Chart API is a tool that lets people easily create a chart from some data and embed it in a web page.
Google creates a PNG image of a chart from data and formatting parameters in an HTTP request. Many types of charts are supported, and by making the request into an image tag, people can simply include the chart in a web page. Originally it was an internal tool to support rapid embedding of charts within Google's own applications (like Google Finance for example). Google figured it would be a useful tool to open up to web developers. It officially launched on December 6, 2007. Currently, line, bar, pie, and radar charts, as well as Venn diagrams, scatter plots, sparklines, maps, google-o-meters, and QR codes are supported.
This API was deprecated in 2012 and will be available until April 2015. Example External Libraries Instead of creating the URL request manually, there are many open source libraries available for most programming languages. References