Simple yet powerful JavaScript Charting library built using d3.js
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README.md

uvCharts

Simple, robust, extensible JavaScript charting library built using d3 designed to help developers embed, build charts in less than couple of minutes.

To learn more about uvCharts and how to use it, read the wiki page or the 5 minute quick start guide.

Checkout releases to get the latest release of uvCharts. The downloadable artifact will contain the minified and non-minified library file for you to use.

Current release: uvCharts-v1.1.3

Charts supported at the current moment are:

  • Normal Bar Chart
  • Stacked Bar Chart
  • Step Up Bar Chart
  • Percent Bar Chart
  • Normal Area Chart
  • Stacked Area Chart
  • Percent Area Chart
  • Pie Chart
  • Donut Chart
  • Line Chart
  • Waterfall Chart
  • StepUp Waterfall Chart (New since 1.0.4)
  • Polar Area chart

All charts can be rendered either in horizontal or vertical orientation except for Pie, Donut, Polar Area.

Documentation

You can find the documentation here

Features

  • Easy to learn and use (Single Function API)
  • 13 charts supported already, with more to come
  • Responsive (New since 1.0.1)
  • Support for negative axis in Bar, Line, Area, Step Up bar charts (New since 1.1.0)
  • Configurable (about 110 ways already)
  • Cool transitions and effects
  • Power of d3 exposed in the form of d3 selections in the resultant uvChart object

Current roadmap

Checkout milestones to find plans for future releases underway.

Bugs, Issues and Feature requests

Want a new feature or found a bug? Feel free to raise a issue here.

Contributions

Contributions in the form of Pull Requests, Issues and Feature requests are always welcome.

You can read the developer guide here to get started on setting up the development environment and the source code hierarchy.

Contributors
MIT License