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Gion is a front-end developer and consultant with a strong love to beautiful design. His work includes responsive web design, web application development and development process optimizations. As a consultant he supports large organizations to keep up with the latest front end trends and coaches them on how to adopt the best parts of the modern web in their individual context. He's also a frequent speaker, workshop leader and co-organizer of the Angular.js Meetup Zurich.
The list of charting libraries for the web is already quite long, and you might ask yourself why we would need to make it any longer. Whenever you need to develop an application’s dashboard, embed some usage statistics or simply visualize some data, you will find yourself looking for a charting library that fits your needs.
Chartist was developed for a very particular need: to create simple responsive charts. While other charting libraries do a great job of visualizing data, something is always missing to satisfy this simple yet demanding need.