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  • in reply to: D3 vs Google Charts vs Canvas.js #29795

    @Umeshamin,

    Thanks for considering CanvasJS.

    While d3 is a great library, its meant for a broad range of visualizations. CanvasJS is a specialized library for charting.
    D3 has a steep learning curve whereas CanvasJS is very easy to use, even for beginners.

    Google Charts are not self-hosted and you need to pass data to Google Servers(cannot be used offline or over the intranet). Chart applications that do not comply with their Terms of Service may be removed. Charting is probably a small piece for Google and you never know how long the product will continue to be in the market. Previously they have killed a lot of products, including visualization tool like Google Fusion Tables.

    CanvasJS was first released in March 2013 and there have been continuous enhancements since then. Selling commercial licenses helps us run a long term sustainable company. CanvasJS is self-hosted and you also get full source code of the library. CanvasJS also supports older browsers like IE6, IE7 & IE8. You can also pull data from a file or database connection.

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    Sandeep
    Team CanvasJS

    in reply to: Canvas JS data store policy #28574

    Hi @sagar-khairnar

    CanvasJS is a self-hosted JavaScript library. Charts are rendered on the browser end(client-side). Data needs to be stored/fetched from your own servers.


    Sandeep
    Team CanvasJS

    in reply to: (1) New Message! Got questions about CanvasJS? #28088

    Hi David,

    We are sorry about the inconvenience caused.

    Kindly initiate a chat message and our representative will turn it off for you.


    Sandeep Hegde
    Team CanvasJS

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by sandeep.
    in reply to: Canvas with a text inside #28031

    Hi @Shubhangi,

    You can find more details about license prices at https://canvasjs.com/license/

    You can also talk to our sales team using live chat on the website or by writing to sales[at]canvasjs[dot]com


    Sandeep Hegde
    Team CanvasJS

    in reply to: Gauge Control using CanvasJS #27446

    Hi Carlos,

    Thanks for creating such an example code. I’m sure it will be helpful for many others :)


    Sandeep
    Team CanvasJS

    in reply to: Speedometer chart #27432

    Hi Carlos,

    That’s nice work. It will definitely help many others.

    Thanks for taking the efforts and posting in this community forum.


    Sandeep
    Team CanvasJS

    in reply to: Commercial Version Protection and Offline use #26289

    Hi Fred,

    This forum is meant for technical support.

    We have forwarded your licensing query to our sales team and they will get in touch with you over email.

    If you have any further licensing queries please write to sales[at]canvasjs[dot]com


    Sandeep
    Team CanvasJS

    in reply to: How can i get a free license #23438

    Hi @shashikant

    If you are a student(with college/university email ID) you can apply for student license at https://canvasjs.com/apply/student/

    If not, please get in touch with sales[at]canvasjs[dot]com to discuss the licensing options.

    in reply to: Canvas with a text inside #22555

    Hi @brims00,

    CanvasJS commercial version doesn’t carry any watermark or credit link. You can purchase commercial version from the pricing page.

    For further queries please contact sales[at]canvasjs.com

    in reply to: Java GUI program with chart #22397

    @relationman,
    It looks like you are not using CanvasJS in your project. We can help you with questions related to CanvasJS and its implementation.

    You can get started with CanvasJS by following the documentation at https://canvasjs.com/docs/charts/basics-of-creating-html5-chart/

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