Chart area related settings.
The URL root where the ZoomCharts library and assets are located. For example, if the base.css file is available at 'http://server/css/zoomcharts/zc.css' then this value should be set to 'http://server/css/zoomcharts/'. Note that the library will try to determine its location automatically by searching the included script tags. So this property can be skipped if the assets folder is located next to 'zoomcharts.js' file on the server.
Element of the page where the chart will be inserted. Any HTML element should work, for example you can use a
Any contents of the element will be cleared - this behavior can be used to specify a loading message as the initial content,
<div>Chart is being initialized...</div>.
Note that a single element can host only one chart. If the same container is given to another chart, the previous chart will be automatically disposed.
parentChart is specified, the value of the property is mandatory and can only be specified while creating the chart,
updateSettings. The value can be either an ID of an existing element or a reference to a DOM element.
Settings for displaying chart credits. Use it as a reference to additional data sources if necessery.
Note that even if credits enabled on page load, it's possible to hide on exported images.
Settings used to load data into chart. Customise preferred data source feeding methods. You can use one of these options: url, data function, preloaded data.
The events used to handle user interaction with UI elements.
Customise chart resize handles or animation duration settings.
Localizeable strings including export type options and useful default buttons used for chart interaction. Buttons like to navigate back, set the chart on full screen and others.
The parent chart within which the new chart will be rendered. If this property is specified,
container cannot be
area.height settings to position the subchart within parent chart.
- Example: PieChart within a NetChart
Theme to apply. You can either use this to share configuration objects between multiple charts or use one of the predefined themes.
The chart's main title.
Adjustable settings to manage default and custom toolbar items, as well as toolbar overall appearance.