๐ŸŸก JavaScript Charting Libraries ๐ŸŸก

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๐ŸŸก JavaScript Charting Libraries ๐ŸŸก

As I'm a data-nerd at heart I love a good chart. And, because I also love JavaScript I playing with different charting libraries.

Here are 3 of my current favourites ๐Ÿงต 1/5

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1๏ธโƒฃ Chart.js

Chart.js is my current favourite and go to library for charts right now. It offers great flexibility, performance and is really simple to set up with great documentation.

Check it out here: 2/5

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2๏ธโƒฃ D3.js

D3 or Data-Driven Documents is one of the most powerful libraries for creating charts. There is an insanely large amount of charts you can create (check out their example page).

The only downside is due to the power, it's more complex. 3/5

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3๏ธโƒฃ Chartist

Chartist is the newest I've discovered on this list and seems to be very promising. Its size is tiny (10KB), it offers great aesthetics and animated charts among a large selection.

It may be small but it packs a punch! 4/5

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