FLCharts alternatives and similar libraries
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ChartView9.5 0.0 FLCharts VS ChartViewChartView made in SwiftUI
SwiftCharts8.8 0.0 L2 FLCharts VS SwiftChartsEasy to use and highly customizable charts library for iOS
SwiftChart7.4 0.0 L3 FLCharts VS SwiftChartLine and area chart library for iOS
SwiftUICharts6.3 2.1 FLCharts VS SwiftUIChartsA charts / plotting library for SwiftUI. Works on macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS and has accessibility features built in.
TKRadarChart3.9 0.0 L2 FLCharts VS TKRadarChartA customizable radar chart in Swift
Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support
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Do you think we are missing an alternative of FLCharts or a related project?
FLCharts is an easy-to-use library to build highly customizable bar, line and pie charts. It allows you to create your own chart bar
UIView and use it to display data in the chart.
Additionally FLCharts allows you to provide a custom
HighlightedView to show the highlighted bar contents on top of the chart.
Embed effortlessly your chart in a
FLCard alogside with a title, an average vlue view and additional behaviours.
Table of Contents
- Prebuilt bar cells
- Chart types
- Apps that uses FLCharts
- Xcode 11 / Swift 5
- iOS >= 11.0
FLCharts is available through SPM, CocoaPods and Carthage
Swift Package Manager
In XCode go to
File -> Add Packages...
https://github.com/francescoleoni98/FLCharts and click
Select to which target you want to add it and select
FLCharts is available through CocoaPods. To install it, add the following line to your Podfile:
To install it with Carthage, in your Cartfile add:
In XCode > Build phases click the plus button on top left > New Run Script Phases.
Then in Run Script > Shell script window > add
Run Script > Input file window > add
Then, go to
$project_dir/Carthage/Build/iOS and drag the folder
FLCharts.framework into your
Xcode Project > Your Target > Frameworks, Libraries and Embedded Content.
Here you can find a guide about how to setup a bar chart using FLCharts: https://medium.com/@leonifrancesco/set-up-a-basic-bar-chart-using-flcharts-swift-d2f615a10d0b
- Animations for chart bars
- Customizable Axes (both x and y axis)
- Dragging / Panning (with touch-gesture)
- Highlighting values (with customizable popup-views)
- Create custom cards with embedded chart and more features
- Scroll through chart while highlighted to change highlighted bar
- Fully customizable (bar colors, axes color, background, average value, dashed lines, ...)
FLChart is highly customizable. You can choose which property to modify through the .config property.
let axisLabelConfig = FLAxisLabelConfig(color: .black, font: .preferredFont(forTextStyle: .body)) chart.config = ChartConfig(axesLabels: axisLabelConfig)
Prebuilt bar cells
Use this bars when you configure your chart.
FLChart(data: ..., type: .bar(bar: FLMultipleValuesChartBar.self))
You can build FLCharts documentation directly in XCode.
In XCode go to
Product -> Build Documentation, once XCode has finished building, the documentation will appear.
|Plain Bar Chart||Multi Value Bar Chart||Horizontal Multi Value Bar Chart|
|Line Chart||Multi Value Line Chart||Scatter Chart|
|Radar Chart||Pie Chart|
|Highlighted Bar||Average view||Bar chart embedded in FLCard|
|Dark Mode||Line Chart X and Y Segments||Pie Chart|
- Panning while highlighted
- Chart animation
- Scrolling behaviour with average and highlighted views
Apps that uses FLCharts
Francesco Leoni | @franceleonidev | [email protected]
FLCharts is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the FLCharts README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.