Thanks for the tip regarding Google charts, I didn’t know that, so this one’s down.
chartjs looks nice as well, I’ll try that and apex. The others (except chartist) require a license and for now I prefer playing with a free library.
Thanks a lot!
@amoss Some infinite possibilities already prepared for Vue:
@patryckx Thanks, for a newbie (me), seeing a list like that confuses me
there’s this: https://www.chartjs.org/docs/latest/getting-started/installation.html
there’s that: https://github.com/apertureless/vue-chartjs
Which is better? which one should I use?
@amoss What do you think of these examples?
Here is the default library: https://www.chartjs.org/docs/latest/getting-started/installation.html
This is the library for Vue.js, so I would certainly use the second one for ease: https://github.com/apertureless/vue-chartjs
The examples look great, no doubt about it.
btw, there’s also this: https://github.com/hchstera/vue-charts , if I understand correctly, also chartjs for vue, so how can I know which is better?
Sorry for the newbie questions, I admit that too many options, sometimes scares me
@amoss To be honest, the best one will be the one that meets your need simply. But what you can evaluate is the size of code each will “weigh” in your application.
Apexchart pleases me the most for the amount of customization features it brings me. But that is a personal opinion.
Thank you all very much
@patryckx https://github.com/apertureless/vue-chartjs to much thnx patryckx so crack you make this so easy and better than page official really you save my life with that beatiful examples i hope you still up examples like that again to much thnx patryckx from méxico.
@lobo I’m glad I’m helping you! This is my goal making examples for the quasar community