awesome-svg VS Victor

Compare awesome-svg vs Victor and see what are their differences.


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awesome-svg Victor
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0.0 0.0
11 months ago about 2 months ago
Ruby Ruby
- MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of Victor. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-12-05.
  • What questions do you consider important for a Ruby on Rails technical interview?
    4 projects | /r/rails | 5 Dec 2022
    i'm super confused by "which gems you can't live without". is this my personal debugging collection of pry-rails, bullet and other things? i mean, whatever is required and does the job i guess. i absolutely love Dentaku gem and build awesome stuff with it in 2 different companies where it absolutely contributed to their product in huge ways ( . i also love Victor ( where i draw epic custom charts which are used in reports that been generated for billion dollar real estate funds.
  • Charts.css
    6 projects | | 17 Mar 2021
    That's not close to the same complexity, is it?

    With the HTML + CSS solution, all my program has to produce is a HTML table. Very easy.

    With SVG my program has to create not just a data table, but the custom SVG code to paint the actual charts. I'm actually doing that on pc-kombo, shows it, the image is SVG. But it's created with, so my ruby code has to describe all the details of that image, including manually saying how each bar chart should look. Even with the awesome victor library that wasn't all that easy.

    Alternative is a JS library that produces the SVG code, but then it's exactly as complicated as with regular JS libraries, it just changes the output.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing awesome-svg and Victor you can also consider the following projects:

lowdefy - The config web stack for business apps - build internal tools, client portals, web apps, admin panels, dashboards, web sites, and CRUD apps with YAML or JSON.

Phashion - Ruby wrapper around pHash, the perceptual hash library for detecting duplicate multimedia files

ruby-vips - Ruby extension for the libvips image processing library.

MiniMagick - mini replacement for RMagick

PSD.rb - Parse Photoshop files in Ruby with ease

RMagick - Ruby bindings for ImageMagick

Skeptick - Better ImageMagick for Ruby

IMGKit - Uses wkhtmltoimage to create JPGs and PNGs from HTML

rszr - Fast image resizer for Ruby

Charts.css - Open source CSS framework for data visualization.

ascii-to-svg-generator-for-ruby - Generates beautiful svg vector images based on a string input.

chartist-js - Legacy Chartist Repo for old gh-pages