jqxChart is an easy to use chart widget based on the popular jQuery library. It is written 100% in JavasSript and uses W3C standards like HTML5, CSS and SVG. jqxChart provides optimal chart rendering performance and high quality visualization across browsers and devices (PCs, Laptops, Tablets & Mobile phones). It automatically detects the browser capabilities and uses SVG or HTML5 rendering with hardware acceleration (when available) in modern browsers (IE9+, Firefox, Chrome, Opera) and VML rendering in IE8 and earlier browsers. The ability to render both SVG and VML makes jqxChart an ideal choice for adding charting capabilities in your web sites and applications. No browser plug-ins are required!
jqxChart is part of the the jQWidgets UI Toolkit and delivers a combination of advanced features and capabilities for the next-generation of cloud-enabled Web Apps and modern Web sites. jqxChart works across platforms, devices and browsers and provides high quality plug-in free data visualization.
jqxChart has a built-in data binding logic designed to support multiple data sources and handle large datasets. The chart supports several data binding modes optimized for the most common integration scenarios:
Local Data – requires minimal effort to load data from local array.
jqxChart supports several common chart types. You can easily plot series of different types on a common chart. A type must be specified for each series group. Currently jqxChart supports the following series:
Stacked Column Series
Percentage Stacked Column Series
Chart Line Series
Chart Stacked Line Series
Chart Percentage Stacked Line Series
Stacked Area Chart
Area Spline Chart
Multiple Chart Series
Works across devices and browsers
Web Standards Compliant
Optimized for Performance & Premium Visualization Quality
Small footprint, highly responsive, carefully optimized to deliver outstanding data visualization quality at optimal performance on a wide range of devices, operating systems and browsers.
Customization & Styling
jqxChart ships with eleven built-in color schemes which are used to automatically set colors for different series. The colors of the chart elements are 100% customizable, you can optionally enable and disable gradients, and all text styles and fonts can be change using standard CSS.