Comparisons in Coding: Using Chart.js vs D3.js, From a Beginner’s Perspective

JavaScript has a shockingly large number of libraries, around eighty-three to give a solid estimate. The two of which I have worked with previously, and are possibly the most popular within the data visualization topic, are Chart.js and D3.js.

For the minimally-experienced students of JavaScript, it’s essential to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of possible JavaScript libraries as they’ll greatly impact how much time will be spent learning them versus using them for producing captivating projects. Since I’ve had my struggles with both, even more so because I used them to React, my experiences might be valuable to other beginners looking to work with those packages as well.

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Lingaraj Senapati
Hey There! I am Lingaraj Senapati, the Co-founder of My skills are Freelance, Web Developer & Designer, Corporate Trainer, Digital Marketer & Youtuber.
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