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How to use Chart.JS in Phoenix | Elixir Advanced

Charts are the good-looking way of data

Logos are the properties of respective company

In this article, we are going to use Chart.JS, a Node Library in a Phoenix application. I hope you already know how to work with Phoenix.

Here, we try to replicate a company’s progress yearly. We also provide UI for adding year based progress to…




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