GoJS bills itself as:
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The GoJS web site provides an amazing number of examples demoing everything from simple flowcharts to Gantt and Euler diagrams, Kanban boards, and force-directed layouts. Priced $1,350 per developer for internal use and $2,995 per developer for OEM use, this is not a cheap tool but for anyone building a sophisticated graphical presentation, this is one of the most powerful libraries currently available.
mxGraph supports IE 11, Chrome 32+, Firefox 38+, Safari 7.1.x, 8.0.x, 9.1.x and 10.0.x, Opera 20+, Native Android browser 5.1.x+, the default browser in the current and previous major iOS versions (e.g. 10.x and 9.x) and Edge 23+. / mxGraph uses no third-party software, it requires no plugins and can be integrated in virtually any framework. Also provided is server-side functionality in Java and .NET for persistence (open and save) functionality, as well as server-side image generation.
This is a slightly more technical product than GoJS and examples are available. In particular, check out Graph Editor, a fully functional diagram editor and drawing application based on mxgraph. It saves graphs as local XML files and its sister application, draw.io, can save to Google Drive, GutHub, DropBox, OneDrive, or locally and supports a wide range of graph types.
Sometimes the best way to show data on a web page is not by printing a number but by imitating a gauge and that is, not surprisingly, exactly what the free, open source Canvas Guages provides:
Canvas gauges are friendly to minimalist code design, so whenever you need these gauges to use on a desktop, mobile or IoT devices with limited resources, you can be assured it will provide you the best options to get the minimum amount of code for your solution.
Canvas Gauges provides linear and radial gauges and the examples cover zero configuration gauges, compass gauges, and various customized versions with sources and the documentation is excellent. This is a fantastic toolset for building slick web-based dashboards that deliver data in a visually appealing and easy to digest way.
* Tip o' the hat to Sebastian Müller for pointing out that GoJS is actually closed, proprietary source; their Github repo only contains demo software sources.
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