Save time by rendering any Chart.js config - you don't need to learn a new chart format.
Unlimited customization includes multiple axes, custom fonts, compound, gradient, patterned charts, retina support, and more.
Open-source prevents vendor lock-in with closed APIs.
|License||GNU GPL v3 license||Full commercial usage||Full commercial usage|
|Features||Charts and QR codes
All Community features
Chart URL shortener
Custom chart plugins
All Professional features
Custom chart backgrounds
|Limits||Rate limit enforced||1 million charts/month
100,000 short URLs/month
No rate limits
Unlimited short URLs
No rate limits
Dedicated server cluster
|Support||Best-effort email support||Priority support||Dedicated account manager|
|No purchase required||Select||Contact Us|
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Chart rendering at scale can be surprisingly tricky. Our render workloads are load balanced and cached in order to failover gracefully and speed up subsequent renders.
We've scaled QuickChart so you don't have to. The service is distributed across multiple cloud providers in datacenters around the world.
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Cost tradeoff calculator
Cost: $140/month to build & maintain versus $40/month for a Professional license.
If you're considering running your own rendering system, don't forget to plan for the following:
Founded in 2015, QuickChart (Alioth LLC) provides tools for developers who want to create charts, graphs, and other data visualizations. We are based in San Mateo, California.
As software engineers and marketers, we built QuickChart because other chart services left much to be desired in terms of function and customization. QuickChart was open-source from the beginning and it quickly became one of the most popular ways to provision a chart render API.
Our aims at QuickChart are simple and straightforward:
Thanks for choosing QuickChart,
Ian Webster, CEO