Check out our living style guide, which contains many examples on how charts look and feel, and how to use them in your products or fork the codesandbox example here to play directly with the library.
To install the Elastic Charts into an existing project, use the
yarn CLI (
npm is not supported).
yarn add @elastic/charts
Important: see the consuming wiki for detailed installation requirements
We depend upon the version of node defined in .nvmrc.
You will probably want to install a node version manager. nvm is recommended.
To install and use the correct node version with
You can run the dev environment locally at http://localhost:9001 by running:
yarn yarn start
We use storybook to document API, edge-cases, and the usage of the library. A hosted version is available at https://elastic.github.io/elastic-charts.
The primary goal of this library is to provide reusable set of chart components that can be used throughout Elastic's web products. As a single source of truth, the framework allows our designers to make changes to our look-and-feel directly in the code. And unit test coverage for the charts components allows us to deliver a stable "API for charts".
You can find documentation around creating and submitting new features in contributing.
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