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|0.1.2||Apr 18, 2021|
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Used in ux-framework
UX Charts is a drawing library designed for clean charts. UX Charts supports various types of backend including Clutter/Cairo and HTML5 Canvas. UX Charts are designed with the concept -
one code for all. UX Charts uses the UX Dataflow library as the data source and the UX Animate library as the canvas implementation.
UX Charts is part of the Angular Rust framework.
Angular Rust is a high productivity,
platform-agnostic frontend framework for the Rust language. It now supports desktop and web development. Angular Rust currently uses Clutter for desktop development and WebAssembly for web development. We are planning to add support for mobile development.
- Various charts: barchart, linechart, piechart, gaugechart, and radarchart.
- Gradient fills
- Animation support
- User interaction
The unimplemented features depend on
User-Experienceduring the development of the UX Animate crate. So far, we have implemented basic features to visualize your data streams.
Install UX Charts:
cargo add ux-charts
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