QuickChart is a web-based tool that allows users to generate and share charts and graphs easily. Designed for developers and businesses, it offers an API to create static chart images for various uses, from emails to reports without requiring front-end libraries.
- Open API for generating charts and QR codes.
- Embedding capability to insert charts anywhere.
- Built on the renowned Chart.js open-source charting library.
- Chart Maker for no-code support across multiple platforms.
- Chart gallery showcasing various chart types and plugins.
- Open-source framework ensuring no vendor lock-in and easy customization.
- Adding visual representations in emails and reports.
- Incorporating charts into no-code platforms like Bubble, AppSheet, Thunkable, etc.
- Generating dynamic charts in spreadsheets and databases.
- Embedding QR codes into various applications.
- Creating custom chart templates for diverse platforms.
Pros and Cons
- Highly customizable with support for multiple axes, custom fonts, gradient charts, and more.
- User-friendly: Generate charts using a simple URL configuration.
- Open-source nature ensures flexibility and prevention of vendor lock-in.
- Wide integration with many no-code platforms.
- Open-source nature may require some level of technical oversight.
- Rendering at scale might be challenging without leveraging their hosted solutions.
- Community: $0/month (Features include charts, QR codes without watermarks. It operates on shared servers with variable latency. Best-effort email support provided. License is under GNU GPL v3).
- Professional: $40/month (All features of Community plus Chart URL shortener, custom chart plugins, and custom chart domains. Allows up to 1 million charts/month with a dedicated server cluster for low-latency. Comes with priority support and full commercial usage license).
- Enterprise: Contact for pricing (All features of Professional plus custom fonts, backgrounds, custom domain, on-prem option, and worldwide CDN. Unlimited charts and URLs without any rate limits. Dedicated account manager and QuickChart SLA support are provided).
You can check out their pricing page for more information about each plan to make the best decision for your business.
QuickChart’s user experience is marked by its simplicity and efficiency. With just a URL configuration, users can generate charts that can be embedded anywhere. The open-source nature of QuickChart ensures users have flexibility in customization and integration.
Support channels include email, an FAQ section, tutorials, and comprehensive documentation.
Community and Learning Resources
QuickChart actively supports its users with a repository of tutorials and docs. They also encourage the use of their chart gallery to explore and understand different chart types and plugins available.