Version 4.0.0, synced to MPAndroidChart #f6a398b
ChartsRealm, instead of
Okay so there's this beautiful library called MPAndroidChart by Philipp Jahoda which has become very popular amongst Android developers, but there was no decent solution to create charts for iOS.
I've chosen to write it in
Swift as it can be highly optimized by the compiler, and can be used in both
ObjC project. The demo project is written in
ObjC to demonstrate how it works.
An amazing feature of this library now, for Android, iOS, tvOS and macOS, is the time it saves you when developing for both platforms, as the learning curve is singleton- it happens only once, and the code stays very similar so developers don't have to go around and re-invent the app to produce the same output with a different library. (And that's not even considering the fact that there's not really another good choice out there currently...)
ChartsDemo/ChartsDemo.xcodeprojis the demo project for iOS/tvOS
ChartsDemo-OSX/ChartsDemo-OSX.xcodeprojis the demo project for macOS
carthage checkoutin the project folder, to fetch dependencies (i.e testing dependencies).
In order to correctly compile:
Charts.xcodeprojto your project
ChartsRealmas a dependency too.
Want your tutorial to show here? Create a PR!
pod 'Charts' to your Podfile. "Charts" is the name of the library.
For Realm support, please add
pod 'ChartsRealm' too.
is not the correct library, and refers to a different project by someone else.
Charts now include Carthage prebuilt binaries.
github "danielgindi/Charts" == 4.1.0 github "danielgindi/Charts" ~> 4.1.0
In order to build the binaries for a new release, use
carthage build --no-skip-current && carthage archive Charts.
Swift Package Manager
dependencies: [ .package(url: "https://github.com/danielgindi/Charts.git", .upToNextMajor(from: "4.1.0")) ]
Xamarin (by @Flash3001): iOS - GitHub/NuGet. Android - GitHub/NuGet.
If you like what you see here, and want to support the work being done in this repository, you could:
Note: The author of MPAndroidChart is the reason that this library exists, and is accepting donations on his page. He deserves them!
If you are having questions or problems, you should:
Screenshots are currently taken from the original repository, as they render exactly the same :-)
LineChart (with legend, simple design)
LineChart (with legend, simple design)
LineChart (cubic lines)
LineChart (gradient fill)
Combined-Chart (bar- and linechart in this case)
BarChart (with legend, simple design)
Currently there's no need for documentation for the iOS/tvOS/macOS version, as the API is 95% the same as on Android.
You can read the official MPAndroidChart documentation here: Wiki
Or you can see the Charts Demo project in both Objective-C and Swift (ChartsDemo-iOS, as well as macOS ChartsDemo-macOS) and learn the how-tos from it.
Goes to @liuxuan30, @petester42 and @AlBirdie for new features, bugfixes, and lots and lots of involvement in our open-sourced community! You guys are a huge help to all of those coming here with questions and issues, and I couldn't respond to all of those without you.
Debricked: Use open source securely
Copyright 2016 Daniel Cohen Gindi & Philipp Jahoda
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