QuickChart is an open-source project for rendering charts. Generated chart images can be embedded in static locations such as websites, emails, PDFs, chat services, and many other places.
📄️ Google Sheets
QuickChart can render chart images based on the latest data from your spreadsheet. This post describes how to integrate Google Sheets as a data source for dynamic chart images.
📄️ Google Apps Script
QuickChart is a web service that allows you to generate chart images and embed them nearly anywhere. You can use QuickChart from Google Apps Script in order to insert chart images in docs, spreadsheets, presentations, and more.
🗃️ Google Image Charts
Make (formerly Integromat) is a platform that you can use to glue & script other platforms together. QuickChart offers a powerful no-code integration with Make.
This post describes how to use Apex components to display chart images in SalesForce. These chart images can be embedded in SalesForce or exported to other formats such as PDF.
It's a common pattern to want to create a chart based on some data you're manipulating in Zapier. Usually after creating the chart, you'll do something like embed it in a document, upload it to a drive, or send it in an email.
This tutorial describes how to use mjml-chartjs, an open-source custom component for MJML that allows you to create responsive charts in your HTML emails.