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Simple HTML5 Charts using the <canvas> tagProject mention: What is the technology stack used to create these live charts? | /r/learnprogramming | 2023-12-10
They are images so it could be any number of things, datawrapper, charts.js, d3.js to name a few options.
You might be better off asking their community.
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Simple, responsive, modern SVG Charts with zero dependencies (by frappe)Project mention: Learn SVG with 25 examples – How to code images in HTML | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-12-07
As a frontend dev who also works in UX and graphics from time to time, I find it helpful to be able to do both, looking at SVGs as both a vector graphics format and a human-readable XML. IME the workflow depends more on whether any SVG is meant to be illustrative (like art) or quantitative (like charts) or interactive and animated/mutable (like a game).
For something like this bell example (https://svg-tutorial.com/svg/bell), you can certainly hand-code it if you're really math-inclined and can estimate the formulas of curves just by looking at them, but for us mere mortals, it's easier to just draw out the curves in a graphics app then export as an SVG. And for things like the ringer (is that what you call it? the orange ball thing at the bottom of the bell that strikes the bell to make the sound), being able to visually draw it on a canvas, change its size, drag it around and play with its colors and dimensions, etc. is really helpful. Figma is fine for simpler graphics, but it's really more of a UX tool than a graphic design tool, and Illustrator is a lot more powerful. Inkscape is a FOSS option.
SVGs can also be animated and interactive, not just with CSS transitions but by directly manipulating the XML geometries, like http://snapsvg.io/demos/ or https://www.svgator.com/ or https://codepen.io/collection/XpwMLO/. This is fine for product pages and such, but for really graphics-intensive apps (full games) it's probably slower than other rendering pipelines. (Not my specialty, won't speculate too much.)
TLDR Drawing them in a graphics app is usually easier for the designers, but the XML can be programmatically manipulated afterward to great effect.
Webpack plugin and CLI utility that represents bundle content as convenient interactive zoomable treemapProject mention: Bundle size analyzer when using esbuild? | /r/Angular2 | 2023-06-01
I used to use webpack-bundle-analyzer but we have switched the builder to browser-esbuild now.
A collection of composable React components for building interactive data visualizationsProject mention: Level Up Your Web App with Stunning React Charts: Introducing the Top 10 React Charts Libraries | dev.to | 2023-07-31
Victory is a set of modular charting components for React and React Native. Victory makes it easy to get started without sacrificing flexibility. Create one of a kind data visualizations with fully customizable styles and behaviors. Victory uses the same API for web and React Native applications for easy cross-platform charting.
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📈 A small, fast chart for time series, lines, areas, ohlc & barsProject mention: Small and fast 2D canvas chart for time series, lines, areas and bars | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-01-26
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