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Chinwike Maduabuchi
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Nov 4, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

Using Chart.js in React

Chinwike Maduabuchi Frontend developer passionate about software engineering.

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2 Replies to "Using Chart.js in React"

  1. You forgot to add some lines of code. Because of that I got some erros.

    We need to register the category scale so in order to achieve that,
    you to have include some imports and they are

    import {CategoryScale} from ‘chart.js’;
    import Chart from ‘chart.js/auto’;

    and then in the our app component do like this
    Chart.register(CategoryScale);

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