With web technology constantly being developed, there are more libraries to help us build charts in a beautiful way and attract more users. Today you and I will learn about it together!
In addition, it also provides many built-in examples to help you learn and learn more how to apply D3.js to your website. However, it also has some limitations that are difficult to use for beginners or will not work on old browsers such as IE8.
What I like most about it is that it can be used even on old browsers like Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explore 8... And it also allows us to create more annotations, change colors. for chart... Its drawback is that you have to buy a license for commercial use. As for personal, educational or non-commercial use, you can rest assured.
Google Charts is the next library I want to introduce to you. It is suitable for simple chart types that do not require too many complex adjustments. Google Charts is displayed in HTML5 or SVG so it is compatible on many different browsers and devices such as phones, Ipad.. You can use it in any commercial, educational website.. Because it's completely free.
Google Charts is that there are detailed and in-depth tutorial articles for each type of chart such as Area Charts, Bar Charts, Bubble Charts...
Chart.js is open source so you can use it for any project you want. It provides beautiful and modern charts with a file size of only 60kb. In addition, it is also displayed on many different devices through the use of HTML5 Canvas. However, it also has certain limitations as it only has 8 chart types and does not support older browsers.
CHARTIST.JS is a library for building responsive charts on multiple screens using SVG. You can flexibly adjust and reset the chart through its Sass file. With its compact size and easy use, it is suitable for all programmers who want to create a separate chart for their website. It also provides nice animations to use for charts, but you can only use it in modern browsers.
ZingChart provides us with the ability to create beautiful, interactive, configurable charts with many options, easy extensibility... It has more than 50 types of charts to help you have Choose from a wide range of options to suit your needs. In addition, it uses Ajax, Json, HTML5 to quickly create charts with an eye-catching interface and you can edit its style through setting properties available in JSON.
If you use the free version, you will still be provided with all the features of ZingChart, but the charts will always have the text Powered by ZingChart. And if you want to delete this text, you have to buy a business license to use it for the website about $ 99 / year.
Plotly is built on top of D3.js and stack.gl. It is open source, so you can use it for any project without having to sign up for an account or buy a license. It provides more than 40 different chart types like 3D charts, financial charts, maps...
Some other libraries
Here are the libraries I added, see below:
I hope the article will provide you with more charting libraries to apply to web programming and if you have any questions, just send an email and I will respond as soon as possible. I hope you continue to support the site so that I can write more good articles. Have a nice day!