AnyChart library comprises 79 different chart types used to build interactive dashboard demos that you can embed into your web or mobile app. All items are configurable and can be modified according to your project needs. Thus, the library provides a set of pre-built schemes while also supports custom themes and palettes. You can use AnyChart drawing tools to display additional information or annotations.
By default, users are able to share a chart on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Linkedin. Moreover, you can implement custom integration using the image sharing function. AnyChart dashboard allows exporting to PDF/JPEG, PNG, or SVG formats and downloading charts data as Excel or CSV files.
Besides, its clear and user-friendly interface ensures fast data processing and visualization providing such features as columns and rows drag-n-drop, inline editing, content sorting, and filtering. Users can also export data to Excel or CSV.
This HTML dashboard example follows Google’s Material Design guidelines. Moreover, due to extensive customization options, it won’t be a problem to achieve the desired look and feel. You can attach all of the 20+ UI components and other DHTMLX libraries as well as custom content, arrange them the way you need, and resize.
Last but not the least, DHTMLX components can be configured with Angular, React, and Vue.js
The DevExpress Dashboard is a set of tools that allows users to build interactive dashboards from scratch for web platforms and mobile devices. It offers 16 dynamic UI elements and allows implementing custom items manually.
You can use any data-aware dashboard element (e.g. grid records, chart bars, pie segments) as a filter for other items thus enabling end-users to filter data by the selected values. It would also be useful to apply a drill-down feature, which allows end-users to change the detail level of data displayed in a dashboard element. Thus, users can choose between displaying general information or viewing more detailed data.
With the Web Dashboard control, end-users can export the entire dashboard or separate dashboard items to PDF and PNG/JPEG. Plus, the dashboard element’s data can be exported to Excel/CSV.
By default, it consists of a set of widgets that, however, can be customized and resized. You can add various widgets and change their position by dragging right in the UI. Each dashboard element can be supplied with a header containing some text or a complex object, such as a toolbar with buttons.
Each dashboard block may contain any of 65+ UI controls or custom HTML content and enables resizing, adding, and removing. Users can drag-n-drop blocks to replace them or reorder within the layout. In order to ensure effective layout usage, the dashboard template supports the auto-arrangement feature that moves blocks upwards to occupy empty spaces available.
The tool offers several built-in themes, including Material, Bootstrap, Office 365, and high contrast. You can customize any of them or create new themes to achieve the desired look and feel.
Smashing is a Sinatra-based framework that enables building and displaying custom dashboards on TVs around the office. Being a successor to Dashing, the Smashing fork provides the same feature set but with regular updates.
Cube.js is a modular framework to create enterprise analytical web apps. Unlike other monolith tools, Cube.js provides a set of modules to run transformations and modeling in the data warehouse, querying and cashing, managing API gateway and building UI on top of that. It’s a completely customizable solution designed to work with large-scale data sets.
Tabler administration panel is an example of a responsive and cross-browser dashboard. Each of 20 demo pages was developed following Bootstrap’s guidelines. You can build a personalized dashboard with pre-made widgets, modify color and styling using Sass, and add custom HTML and CSS content.
This platform has a built-in dashboard editor for working with templates directly in the browser. The feature set also includes data loading, filtering, sorting, and analytics for dashboards.
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