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This library is the most comprehensive and also covers almost any use case you can imagine. The cost is its complexity and learning curve. It includes things as is:
- 8 different chart types
- Scaling on both axes (with touch-gesture, axes separately or pinch-zoom)
- Dragging / Panning (with touch-gesture)
- Combined-Charts (line-, bar-, scatter-, candle-stick-, bubble-)
- Dual (separate) Axes
- Customizable Axes (both x- and y-axis)
- Highlighting values (with customizable popup-views)
- Save chart to camera-roll / export to PNG/JPEG
- Legends (generated automatically, customizable)
- Animations (build up animations, on both x- and y-axis)
- Limit lines (providing additional information, maximums, ...)
- Fully customizable (paints, typefaces, legends, colors, background, gestures, dashed lines, ...)
If you want to use it with SwiftUI, I highly recommend you video tutorial Charts Framework in SwiftUI - Bar Chart (Stewart Lynch) or blog post Plotting in iOS using Charts framework with SwiftUI (Evgeny Basisty).
|Type:||Bar / Pie / Line / Scatter / CandleStick / Bubble / Radar|
|Issues:||3,200 Closed / 690 Open|
|Install:||Package Manager / CocoaPods|
Strong and easy to use. You can build beautiful custom charts. It provides basic building blocks, like a chart view (bar, pie, line and ring chart), grid view, card view, interactive label for displaying the curent chart value. So you decide, whether you build a fully fledged interactive view, or just display a bare bone chart
|Issues:||67 Closed / 60 Open|
Easy to use and highly customizable charts library for iOS. Everything is customizable - colors, views, units, labels, animations, interactions, axes, etc. Easy creation of arbitrary markers, overlays, info views, etc., using simple UIViews! Modular architecture, which allows to easily create new chart types or add effects to existing types externally (without library changes). Extensible axis values and label generators for numbers, dates, etc, with customizable zooming handling (nice numbers, divide in half, etc). (unreleased).
Bars / Scatter / Lines / Areas / Bubble /Candlestick
|Issues:||291 Closed / 45 Open|
AAInfographics is the
Swift language version of AAChartKit which is object-oriented, a set of easy-to-use, graphics drawing controls, based on the popular open source front-end chart library Highcharts. It makes it very fast to add interactive charts to your mobile projects. It supports single touch-drag for data inspection, multi-touch for zooming, and advanced responsiveness for your apps .
|Issues:||200 Closed / 104 Open|
A simple line and bar charting library that support accessibility written using SwiftUI. If you are looking for something simple this library is the way to go.
|Issues:||7 Closed / 2 Open|
There is not much SwiftUI charting libraries out there, but still there is enough quality libraries you can use in your project. Each developer has their own personal preference for what features they need in their project.
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