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in this article, we are going to learn how to create charts in angularjs using webapi

in this article, we are going to learn how to create charts in angularjs using webapi | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
in this article, we are going to learn how to create charts in angularjs using webapi; Author: Sourabh_Mishra; Updated: 4 Nov 2016; Section: ASP.NET; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 4 Nov 2016
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Using ​a Spreadsheet​ ​to Power Charts in AngularJS Apps

Using ​a Spreadsheet​ ​to Power Charts in AngularJS Apps | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
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#FusionCharts in #AngularJS App
with data from #Google #Sheets
by #RohitBoggarapu
https://t.co/MXj16vTA6R
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n3-charts

n3-charts | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
n3-charts is a chart library for creating beautiful charts using AngularJS.
Usage
- Include the js and the CSS
- Import the module
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Creating stunning charts with AngularJS

Creating stunning charts with AngularJS | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
As citizens of the digital world, we are constantly flooded with data. From website analytics to our fitness tracker, data is all around us. As a result, for
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Build Realtime AngularJS Dashboard with AngularJS and Bootstrap UI — Part 1

Build Realtime AngularJS Dashboard with AngularJS and Bootstrap UI — Part 1 | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
Build Realtime Dashboard using AngularJS, Bootstrap, and charts using Sparkline, NVD3, ChartJS, JustGage and CanvGauge. Backend will consist of REST using
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Using Charts In Your Ionic Framework Mobile App

“Add charts and graphs to your Ionic Framework Android and iOS mobile application using Chart.js and the AngularJS wrapper Angular Charts.”
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AngularJS Chart Plugin: Create Interactive AngularJS Charts & Graphs

“Download the AngularJS charts plugin to add interactive charts in AngularJS projects. Use AngularJS chart plugin to plot over 90+ chart types in 2D/3D and 965 maps.”
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Comparison of AngularJS directives for charts in front end app development - LingoHub - Easy web and mobile localization

Comparison of AngularJS directives for charts in front end app development - LingoHub - Easy web and mobile localization | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
“This article is a comparison of four AngularJS directives for charts that we use in front end app development to show elements like user activities, project health and so on.”
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Traffic Simulation Part 2: Custom SVG

“Part 2 of a series on how to build a traffic simulator with d3.js and AngularJS. This part focuses on loading custom SVG and animating the traffic along a more ...”
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Charting in Angular.js - The Code Campus

Charting in Angular.js - The Code Campus | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
It is a common scenario in our projects to display tons of data in a nice, elegant and informative way. The tool to do so exists since many decades: charts.
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Creating charts with C3.js « Trifork Blog / Trifork: Enterprise Java ...

Creating charts with C3.js « Trifork Blog / Trifork: Enterprise Java ... | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
“One of the requirements will probably be that the charts must look good to impress your customer and if they don't look the way you want, they must be at least be easy to style.”
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How to combine D3 with AngularJS | Javalobby

How to combine D3 with AngularJS | Javalobby | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
“This article was written by Krystian Jankowski at the Logentries blog. Last month, Mark Lacomber wrote a post describing how to use D3.js...”
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Angular Dial Directive

Angular Dial Directive | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
“#D3js #AngularJS >> ng-dial - An Angular.js directive for an interactive dial component powered by D3.js http://t.co/bTshQ4Ugtx”;
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Documents my experiment building a flowchart with web technologies.

Documents my experiment building a flowchart with web technologies. | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
Documents my experiment building a flowchart with web technologies.; Author: Ashley Davis; Updated: 21 Jan 2014; Section: Client side scripting; Chapter: Web Development; Updated: 21 Jan 2014
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Introducing KeyLines 3.0: Supercharge your Charts with WebGL - Cambridge Intelligence

Introducing KeyLines 3.0: Supercharge your Charts with WebGL - Cambridge Intelligence | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
KeyLines 3.0 includes significant performance enhancements, including a WebGL renderer, making it the most powerful graph visualization toolkit around.
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Angular Charts : AngularJS SVG Chart Directives Plugin

Angular Charts : AngularJS SVG Chart Directives Plugin | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
Angular-Charts is a pure AngularJS directive helps you draw SVG based line chart or pie chart with ease.
The post Angular Charts : AngularJS SVG Chart Directives Plugin appeared first on jQuery Plugins.
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How to Build Charts in Angular

How to Build Charts in Angular By Vikas Lalwani on March 14, 2016   It is very easy to get lost in the flood of JavaScript frameworks and libraries that we, as front-end developers, have to choose from these days. Every week some new framework springs up and takes you back to the comparison board, making your task of selecting the right one extraordinarily difficult. You don't even know that the new shiny thing that looks great today will survive even the next six months. But if there is one framework that has done consistently well over time, it has to be Angular. It is backed by some of the biggest companies and it sure is here to stay. So today I'm going to give you a tutorial on how to visualize data using Angular - something that every developer should know. We are going to learn how to make beautiful charts using Angular, FusionCharts and its Angular charts plugin. Part 1: Building Your First Chart in Angular I have divided the complete process into four easy to understand steps. This is what we are making (you can see live version here, and find GitHub repo here): Step-1: Include required JavaScript files Our project is dependent on following three files: Core AngularJS library: any minified 1.x will work. FusionCharts’ JS charts files: get them from here. Angular charts plugin: get it from here. From FusionCharts core package, we need to include both fusioncharts.js and fusioncharts.charts.js present inside JS folder. We will include all the above files using HTML Step-2: Create the AngularJS App Next we need to create the Angular app and inject ng-fusioncharts module, which is the plugin we are using. This is how we do it: var app = angular.module('chartApp', ['ng-fusioncharts']); Step-3: Define controller In this step we will define a controller for our app. For this, we augment the controller scope with datasource and other chart configurations for our chart: app.controller('MyController', function($scope) {  // chart data source  $scope.dataSource = {    "chart": {      "caption": "Column Chart Built in Angular!",      "captionFontSize": "30",      // more chart properties - explained later    },    "data": [{        "label": "CornflowerBlue",        "value": "42"      }, //more chart data    ]  }; }); $scope.dataSource in the above code snippet will have all the content related to our chart - chart configuration and chart data in our case. For other chart types it may contain other things as well. A lot of configuration can be done through chart object but I am not covering it here as it is not required to plot a basic chart. You can jump to last section - ‘Improving the Design’ - to learn more about it. Step-4: Render the chart We are almost done now. To render the chart, add fusioncharts directive inside the
where you want to render your chart. This is how we do it:
       
In the above code we used: width and height to set chart size. A width of 100% makes the chart take up full container width and makes it responsive. type to set the chart type. You can find alias for the chart you want to plot on this chart list page. dataFormat to define the data format we will be using to feed data. dataSource to define content for our chart (see step-3 for more details). Part 2: Event Handlers Plotting charts that look good is one thing, but to make them truly interactive you need some way to handle events. Good for us, FusionCharts has made it easier to add a variety of events to its charts. Event handling is a big topic in itself and my goal here is to give you a basic overview. It will help you build a solid foundation so that further exploration becomes a little easier. In this example I will make use of dataPlotClick event. Data plot refers to the column in a column chart or line in a line chart. dataPlotClick is triggered when someone clicks the data plot. In our case whenever somebody clicks a column, we are going to display the color of the clicked column below the chart.
{{ selectedValue }}
$scope.selectedValue = "Please click on a column"; $scope.events = { dataplotclick: function(ev, props) {  $scope.$apply(function() {    $scope.colorValue = "background-color:" + props.categoryLabel + ";";    $scope.selectedValue = "You clicked on: " + props.categoryLabel;  }); } }; Event handler receives ev and props as its arguments: ev contains details related to the event - type of event, event id etc. props contains details about the particular data plot on which the event occurred. In our case it will have label, value etc. of the column that was clicked. We extract and pass the label of the clicked column using props.categoryLabel. We then change text and background color using that value. To explore more on events, please visit this API reference page. It has good description and a working JSFiddle demo for every event. Part 3: Improving the Design Although I wanted to study design, I never devoted time to it. And now when I have to design a page or any app that I am working on, I just use my gut feeling, but I digress. So coming to our Angular charts, there is a lot you can do to improve the look and feel of your charts using something known as chart attributes. There are hundreds of things you can customize for a chart. For example, you can use baseFont to change the font family of your chart. You can use bgColor to change the background color of your chart. I can go on and on about this, but it won’t make a difference. Best it to bookmark the page linked above and just search for the chart type you are making. Whatever you think of customizing inside a chart, you will probably find an attribute for it. Have any questions? That’s what the comments section is for ;) Feel free to ask. I will be more than happy to help! About Vikas Lalwani Vikas is a budding programmer who likes to have fun with front-end technologies. You can see some of his tiny experiments on his website. He works at FusionCharts and always available for a quick chat. lalwanivikas.github.iolalwanivikasposts
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AngularJS Chart Examples - ZingChart Blog

AngularJS Chart Examples - ZingChart Blog | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
“Need AngularJS chart examples? This blog post is for you. Contains demos and steps for setting up your own AngularJS charts.”
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AngularJS Charts Directive | ZingChart

AngularJS Charts Directive | ZingChart | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
Include full-featured JavaScript charts in your AngularJS project with the ZingChart-AngularJS directive.
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Google Charts Directive for AngularJS

“Angular-Google-Chart directive by Nicolas Bouil. This simple directive takes much of the work out of the initial setup of a basic Google Chart. The directive comes bundled with a service that handles the API Loader call asynchronously using the AngularJS Promise API, so you don’t have to worry about fetching the library and passing it a callback function, the included code handles it for you. For a very simple application you can just setup an object with your chart data and options, and give that object to the directive from the markup side of things.”
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Build a Real-time SignalR Dashboard with AngularJS

Build a Real-time SignalR Dashboard with AngularJS | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
“SignalR is a library for real time websocket communication. Louie Bacaj demonstrates how to leverage its power to build a service dashboard with AngularJS.”
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angular-chart.js - beautiful, reactive, responsive charts for Angular.JS using Chart.js

angular-chart.js - beautiful, reactive, responsive charts: http://t.co/E5y4d9ybHq http://t.co/E5y4d9ybHq #angularjs #chartjs via @jtblin
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Integrate Charts in your AngularJS Hybrid Apps with NVD3

Integrate Charts in your AngularJS Hybrid Apps with NVD3 | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
“There are many options out there if you want to display charts in hybrid apps. Since a hybrid app is basically a web application running HTML, JavaScript and CSS, you can use any JavaScript charting ...”
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Graphing Chartbeat with Angular + SVG + D3 - Nick Moy

“See full post and slides here: http://www.hakkalabs.co/articles/graphing-angular-svg-d3 Nick Moy (Senior Software Engineer) and teammates at Chartbeat use Angular, SVG, and D3 to create the...”
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D3 on Angular: Reusable Components - WRobin

D3 on Angular: Reusable Components - WRobin | AngularJS charting | Scoop.it
“Components become more important these days. In the future you will get to hear more and more about Web Components, which get available in Angular 2.0 as well, to create different reusable components.”
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