|21 days ago||about 6 years ago|
|GNU General Public License v3.0 or later||Apache License 2.0|
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How can I Implement this kind of graph UI?
3 projects | /r/androiddev | 5 Jan 2023
Best charting/graphing frameworks that are actively maintained?
2 projects | /r/androiddev | 26 Jul 2022
I am planning to use a charting/graphing library in my App, however I have noticed that the options are pretty limited. In particular it seem like that there are many mediocre libraries and the rather promising ones (i.e. https://github.com/PhilJay/MPAndroidChart) are no longer maintained. In other words I couldn't find a framework that is both good and actively maintained.
Best libraries for Android Developers
19 projects | dev.to | 15 Jul 2022
Android Chart Library
2 projects | /r/androiddev | 21 Apr 2022
I'm currently making a personal project which involves using a chart. I was just wondering if there are any recent up to date libraries to use. I know of MPAndroidChart, but the Github hasn't been updated in a long time. I also recently saw Vico and was considering using that as well. Are there any other alternatives that would be a better option?
Top 10 Android Libraries to boost your development in 2022
6 projects | dev.to | 4 Apr 2022
Is there a way to make it fit the screen so I can more easily see the images and text?
3 projects | /r/Steam | 21 Feb 2022
It is not limited to the tutorial. When I want to look up things on github without cloning the repo, it is basically the same: https://github.com/PhilJay/MPAndroidChart/blob/master/MPChartExample/src/main/java/com/xxmassdeveloper/mpchartexample/LineChartActivity1.java (yes, that is not the best example with only few long lines)
What are the most common used (3rd party) libraries and frameworks used in Android development?
30 projects | /r/androiddev | 7 Jan 2022
MPAndroidChart for charts and graphs
How to implement charts in android using java
2 projects | dev.to | 7 Jan 2022
Comments are added to better understand the logic. Don't forget to visit the github page of this library MPAndroidChart
My first Android app
2 projects | /r/androiddev | 17 Apr 2021
In the toplist and portfolio I use https://github.com/PhilJay/MPAndroidChart but the currency detail I built myself2 projects | /r/androiddev | 17 Apr 2021
This is the one I used for the top list https://github.com/PhilJay/MPAndroidChart
What are some alternatives?
compose-samples - Official Jetpack Compose samples.
GraphView - Android Graph Library for creating zoomable and scrollable line and bar graphs.
HelloCharts - Charts library for Android compatible with API 8+, several chart types with scaling, scrolling and animations 📊
WilliamChart - Android Library to rapidly develop attractive and insightful charts in android applications.
achartengine - Charting library for Android applications. Automatically exported from code.google.com/p/achartengine
vico - A light and extensible chart library for Android.
AndroidCharts - An easy-to-use Android charts library with animation.
EazeGraph - An Android chart and graph library
NumAndroidCharts - A Powerful Android Charting Library by https://www.numetriclabz.com/
Android-Charts - Open-source native Android graph/chart framework includes line chart,stick chart,candlestick chart,pie chart,spider-web chart etc.
AnyChart - AnyChart Android Chart is an amazing data visualization library for easily creating interactive charts in Android apps. It runs on API 19+ (Android 4.4) and features dozens of built-in chart types.