This is the Windows app named v-charts whose latest release can be downloaded as v1.18.0.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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When using echarts to generate charts, we often need to do cumbersome data scheme conversion, modify complex configuration items, v-charts precisely to solve this. v-charts is based on Vue2.x and echarts, just need to provide a friendly data scheme and set simple configuration items, you can easily generate common charts. Each chart component of v-charts is individually packaged under the lib folder. When used, a single chart component can be directly import into the project. The attributes of the chart itself, such as yAxisType used to set the data type, are displayed as an area's area. Such attributes are placed in settings, and the properties of each chart are not exactly the same.
- Use a single chart component
- When using bmap or amap need to add additional modules
- Each chart component of v-charts is individually packaged under the lib folder
- When used, a single chart component can be directly import into the project
- All charts have properties such as width, events and so on
- When using the dataZoom component, changes to the data will cause the dataZoom to be reset
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