Visualizing data inside apps and presenting them to end-users is a great responsibility. Companies build strategies around the charts, numbers, and tables they’re presented with, and often use them to choose whether to pursue business opportunities. Therefore, choosing the right tools can in some cases be the difference between making it and breaking it.
Some of the features of Leaflet are:
- The leaflet includes hardware acceleration on mobile that makes it smooth on native apps
- It has smart polyline/polygon rendering with dynamic clipping and simplification which makes it very fast
- It includes a modular build system for leaving out unwanted features
- Supports error bands around data series
- Displays values on mouseover
- Compatible with the Google Visualization API
- Extensive collection of options for customization
- Combine tables by appending or joining
- Sort, Group, Query
- Map/Reduce operations
- Import data from RDBMS, Excel, CSV, JSON, HTML, or Fixed Width text files, whether they are local or remote (HTTP, S3, etc.)
JFreeChart is a comprehensive and open-source chart library for the Java platform that can be used on the client-side such as JavaFX and Swing or the server-side with export to multiple formats including SVG, PNG, and PDF. The library makes it convenient for developers to display professional quality charts in their applications.
Some of the features of this library include:
- JFreeChart is a consistent and well-documented API, supporting a wide range of chart types
- An easily extensible flexible design that targets both server-side and client-side applications
- It has support for many output types, including Swing and JavaFX components
- The library provides a consistent and well-documented API, supporting a wide range of chart types
8- Orson Charts
Orson Charts is a 3D chart library for the Java platform that can generate a wide variety of 3D charts for use in client-side applications (JavaFX and Swing) and server-side applications.
Some of the features included are listed below:
- It includes a clean and well-documented API with a high degree of chart configuration
- It contains multiple chart types such as pie charts, bar charts, line charts, area charts, scatters charts, etc.
- It contains configurable tooltip support
- Orson charts include mouse-enabled chart viewers in JavaFX and Swing provide 360-degree rotation and zooming for precise end-user view control.