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Robin Percy
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Jan 24, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read

Comparing the most popular JavaScript charting libraries

Robin Percy Software and content fellow. Big fan of AI, crypto, databases, Erlang, Elixir, Go, and Ruby.

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One Reply to "Comparing the most popular JavaScript charting libraries"

  1. Hello Robin, thanks for your article it was a pleasure to read it. I completely agree with the part that nowadays the technologies advance and there are more and more new charting libraries available in the market, but I also want to add that there only few true gems. Take a look at LightningChart JS by Arction. It has been launched very recently, but the performance levels of this library is truly remarkable, and will impress even the most demanding developers

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