Frappe Charts

GitHub-inspired modern, intuitive and responsive charts with zero dependencies

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  • Install via npm:

console $ npm install frappe-charts

and include in your project: js import { Chart } from "frappe-charts"

  • ...or include within your HTML

html <script src="[email protected]/dist/frappe-charts.min.iife.js"></script> <!-- or --> <script src="[email protected]/dist/frappe-charts.min.iife.js"></script>


const data = {
    labels: ["12am-3am", "3am-6pm", "6am-9am", "9am-12am",
        "12pm-3pm", "3pm-6pm", "6pm-9pm", "9am-12am"
    datasets: [
            name: "Some Data", type: "bar",
            values: [25, 40, 30, 35, 8, 52, 17, -4]
            name: "Another Set", type: "line",
            values: [25, 50, -10, 15, 18, 32, 27, 14]

const chart = new frappe.Chart("#chart", {  // or a DOM element,
                                            // new Chart() in case of ES6 module with above usage
    title: "My Awesome Chart",
    data: data,
    type: 'axis-mixed', // or 'bar', 'line', 'scatter', 'pie', 'percentage'
    height: 250,
    colors: ['#7cd6fd', '#743ee2']

If you want to contribute:

  1. Clone this repo.
  2. cd into project directory
  3. npm install
  4. npm run dev


  • Major rewrite out. Some new features include:
    • Mixed type axis datasets
    • Stacked bar charts
    • Value over data points
    • Y Markers and regions
    • Dot size, Bar space size, and other options
    • Legend for axis charts
  • We would be looking to incorporate existing PRs and issues in the meantime.
Please read #93 for v0.1.0 updates on rework and development.
  • Build update: Shipped an ES6 module, along with the browser friendly IIFE.
  • We have an animated Pie Chart! Thanks @sheweichun.
  • @tobiaslins contributed tweaks for his quest to make these easy to use with React. Check out his repo and updates at #24 to learn more :)
  • A new logo.
  • The very first version out, with animatable bars and lines, a percentage chart and a heatmap. GitHub-style.


This repository has been released under the MIT License

Project maintained by Frappe. Used in ERPNext. Read the blog post.

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