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Simple library for charting JS [closed]

javascript,angularjs,charts,javascript-library
I'm looking for a very simple chart library that can do that sort of graph : http://i.stack.imgur.com/fy3hY.png If possible, in JS. I've tried Angular-Charts but it doesn't really seems to be good for this project... Thanks...

What does the `shiftBind` function here mean?

javascript,function,javascript-library
In a javascript snippet, I saw codes like this.. nglr.shiftBind = function(_this, _function) { return function() { var args = [ this ]; for ( var i = 0; i < arguments.length; i++) { args.push(arguments[i]); } return _function.apply(_this, args); }; }; This looks a little abstract for me to understand......

How to arange list of numbers in javascript?

javascript,python,arrays,javascript-library
In Python: data = range(50,60,2) print data [50, 52, 54, 56, 58] How can I do it in js? Looking for simple and shorter way. var range = (start, end) => [...Array(end - start + 1)].map((_, i) => start + i); var result = range(50, 60, 2); print(result); ...

How to create and edit the excel file using javascript?

javascript,excel,javascript-library
How to create and edit the excel file using javascript? Is there a library for javascript?

Efficient and flexible Javascript library to query large JSON files that allows aggregation?

javascript,json,javascript-library,minimongo
I am dealing with large json files with deep hierarchical structure on the frontend and I want to be able to query and aggregate them efficiently,the same way I query mongoDB or redis collections. I am aware of two libraries: Minimongo which I'm not sure if can be used independently...

How to include JavaScript libraries?

javascript,javascript-library,proj4js
I'm having trouble with including the proj4.js JavaScript library in my code. The code looks like this: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Proj4js Testing</title> </head> <body onload="convertCoordinates()"> <script type="text/javascript" src="proj4.js"> function convertCoordinates() { var sourceProjection = "+proj=longlat +ellps=WGS84 +datum=WGS84 +no_defs"; var targetProjection = "+proj=utm +zone=33 +ellps=GRS80 +towgs84=0,0,0,0,0,0,0 +units=m +no_defs"; proj4(sourceProjection,...

How to create a rounded rectangle using ChartJS

javascript,html5,javascript-events,javascript-library,chartjs
I am modifying my bar charts using ChartJS by adding rounded rectangles instead of straight edged like they have by default.I found the spot in the Chart.js where to declare a rounded rectangle, but I am not calling the function right. I thought after you declare your 'barchart' one can...

Javascript Object / Classes

javascript,jquery,javascript-events,javascript-library
Difference between below two different type of Javascript classes. First One : var apple = new function() { this.type = "macintosh"; this.color = "red"; this.getInfo = function () { return this.color + ' ' + this.type + ' apple'; }; } Second One : var apple = ({ type:'macintosh', color:'red',...

The Status of SEO with languages as Agular and React?

javascript,angularjs,seo,reactjs,javascript-library
Im thinking of using Angular or React for a new webproject but the SEO are a important part. From what I have read there is ways to solve it but it always results in keeping two page version alive or using a external service that renderas the pages. This sounds...

Radio buttons checked by default

javascript,html,javascript-events,javascript-library
I have an html page with a form in it. It has two radio buttons labeled Day Shift and Night Shift. I have a JavaScript IF else statement that says if the current time is later than 7:00 and before 19:00 then auto-default the dayshift button to be checked else...

How to find a specific time milliseconds in javascript?

javascript,javascript-library,momentjs
I am using moment.js.My code is like var nextDate = moment().add(30,'days'); This returns 30 day later date time.Now I want to convert this time in miliseconds.but I couldn't.How can I convert to date into miliseconds?Thanks...