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    @matteoraf/chartist

    0.11.6 • Public • Published

    Fork details

    This fork includes the ability to provide the update() method with a responsiveOptions array too. I needed this extra feature in my project, so while I wait for the Chartist team to check my pull request, I'm publishing this package by myself. Feel free to use it by running

    $ npm install @matteoraf/chartist --save
    

    Big welcome by the Chartist Guy

    Join the chat at https://gitter.im/gionkunz/chartist-js npm version build status Inline docs

    The Chartist Guy

    Checkout the documentation site at http://gionkunz.github.io/chartist-js/

    Checkout this lightning talk that gives you an overview of Chartist in 5 minutes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdYzPhOB_c8

    Guest talk of the Chartist.js Guy at the Treehouse Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9oH0iDaZDQ&t=2m40s

    Chartist.js is a simple responsive charting library built with SVG. There are hundreds of nice charting libraries already out there, but they are either:

    • not responsive
    • use the wrong technologies for illustration (canvas)
    • are not flexible enough while keeping the configuration simple
    • are not friendly to your own code
    • are not friendly to designers
    • have unnecessary dependencies to monolithic libraries
    • more annoying things

    That's why we started Chartist.js and our goal is to solve all of the above issues.

    What is it made for?

    Chartist's goal is to provide a simple, lightweight and unintrusive library to responsively craft charts on your website. It's important to understand that one of the main intentions of Chartist.js is to rely on standards rather than providing it's own solution to a problem which is already solved by those standards. We need to leverage the power of browsers today and say good bye to the idea of solving all problems ourselves.

    Chartist works with inline-SVG and therefore leverages the power of the DOM to provide parts of its functionality. This also means that Chartist does not provide it's own event handling, labels, behaviors or anything else that can just be done with plain HTML, JavaScript and CSS. The single and only responsibility of Chartist is to help you drawing "Simple responsive Charts" using inline-SVG in the DOM, CSS to style and JavaScript to provide an API for configuring your charts.

    Example site

    You can visit this Site http://gionkunz.github.io/chartist-js/ which is in fact a build of the current project. We are still developing and constantly add features but you can already use Chartist.js in your projects as we have reached a stable and reliable state already.

    Version notes

    We are currently still heavily developing in order to make Chartist.js better. Your help is needed! Please contribute to the project if you like the idea and the concept and help us to bring nice looking responsive open-source charts to the masses.

    Important missing stuff

    1. Jasmine Tests!
    2. Documentation: JSDoc, Getting started documentation and landing page
    3. Better accessibility using ARIA and other optimizations
    4. Better interfaces to the library (i.e. jQuery with data-* attributes for configuration), Angular.js directive etc.
    5. Richer Sass / CSS framework
    6. Other charts types (spider etc.)

    Plugins

    Some features aren't right for the core product but there is a great set of plugins available which add features like:

    and more.

    See all the plugins here.

    Contribution

    We are looking for people who share the idea of having a simple, flexible charting library that is responsive and uses modern and future-proof technologies. The goal of this project is to create a responsive charting library where developers have their joy in using it and designers love it because of the designing flexibility they have.

    Contribute if you like the Chartist Guy!

    Install

    npm i @matteoraf/chartist

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    136

    Version

    0.11.6

    License

    MIT OR WTFPL

    Unpacked Size

    537 kB

    Total Files

    13

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    Collaborators

    • matteoraf