You are probably reading this because you want to implement charts in your aurelia project. It is often the case that part of the service businesses provide are statistics. Visualizing those statistics is often a requirement.
Aurelia-charts to the rescue, kind of. Aurelia charts is useless by itself. What it does well is create a standardized way of registering charts and telling aurelia where you want your charts to be rendered. The idea is to be able to switch charting libraries, and support multiple charting libraries at the same time without headaches.
For you I made a list of features.
<chart-element> to tell aurelia-charts you want to render a chart somewhere in
your template. See component section.
Ability to configure aurelia-charts to tell it what library to use by default, or tell it what library to use on a per chart type basis. See the configuration section
Although the libraries
aurelia-charts supports do not ship with it, it is
just an install away to extend aurelia-charts with other charts. Read more
about the libraries aurelia-charts supports.
Extendible Chart class and chart decorator that helps you to define your own custom classes. This is for those that want to implement support for a chart library. advanced. See extending section.