Flutter Component for FusionCharts
Add Flutter charts and graphs like area, bar, donut, line, marimekko, radar, stockcharts and 150+ other charts & 1000+ maps for your Andriod and iOS application. Using FusionCharts’ Flutter component you can create charts which are mobile-friendly, interactive, and, support zooming, panning, APIs, animation, drill-downs, real-time updates, and even full exporting of charts & dashboards.
It also comes with event support for touch, swipe, and more, enabling you to make your charts more reactive during any lifecycle phase of the application. Further, all charts & graphs are tested and built for millions of data points, without any performance issues. Finally, the Flutter component is completely open source and actively maintained by a team of dedicated developers.
Features of the integration
Flutter enables developers to write code that works on different platforms. Two different applications can use the same codebase. In addition to sharing the UI code, the UI itself is also shareable. This makes maintenance of the single codebase much easier as opposed to different codes for different platforms.
Hot reload makes it possible to see the changes in the code instantly reflected on the UI. This speeds up the process to work on the outlook of the application; moreover, it enables developers to correct errors that save cost and effort
One of the benefits of using Flutter is that you have access to a wide variety of pre-built widgets that you can use in your app. This saves you valuable time and resources that would otherwise be spent on developing custom widgets from scratch.
Headless Testing Framework
Inside Flutter, there is a headless testing framework that allows you to test your app on devices without a UI. This is great for automating the testing of your app.
Without needing to restart the app, you can quickly see the results of your code changes. This significantly speeds up your development workflow as you don’t have to go through the compiling process each time. For bigger projects, this can save you a lot of precious time.
In Flutter, platform-specific widgets are provided for Google Fuchsia, Android, and iOS. These widgets can be integrated into the Flutter application to make use of the different platform-dependent functionalities. Existing Java, Swift, and Objective-C codes can be used to utilize native features such as camera and geolocation. Therefore, Flutter can easily incorporate third-party integrations and APIs.
Build 100+ charts and 2000+ maps
Go beyond column charts and pie charts with our 100+ charts made for any kind of data. From area to donut and marimekko to radar, we’ve got all your charting needs covered. Don’t just stop at charts, with 2000+ maps, gauges and more, your dashboards and reports will become more meaningful and insightful.
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