1) Ease of Implementation
There’s no need for any kind of additional plugins; many third party libraries allow full customization while remaining easy to use and unobtrusive.
3) A Plethora of Chart Libraries Available
The library features multiple chart types, such as bar charts, line charts, pie charts, and more. All charts can be used in desktop, mobile, and tablet views.
The library is built with HTML5 Canvas technology and has been tested to work across all major browsers on Android devices. SciChart also provides developers with an option to save chart definitions as template strings.
You can add graphs directly to your website or use it as a server-side charting library with Node.js, Express, and more. The best part? They work with any data source: SQL databases, NoSQL databases, XML files, and even remote REST APIs.
These charts can be used in any web browser, no matter what device or operating system it’s running on. With a JS charting library, you don’t have to worry about whether your app will run on Apple or Android devices, as long as they have a web browser with HTML 5 support.