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Pro Pure SVG library
Pro Written by a SVG Guru and pioneer
Dmitry Baranovskiy also wrote Raphael (project now owned by Sencha), this is the updated modern version of that library. Dmitry also is a champion directly affecting the future of SVG standards with W3C
Pro Backed by Adobe
Adobe is backing the development of snap.svg
Supports the newest SVG features like masking, clipping, patterns, full gradients, groups, and more
Pro Many chart types available
There are more than 20 types of charts available for use.
Pro Wrappers for ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC and Apache Wicket
Each chart can be implemented to ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC applications, with detailed documentation and guides for each.
Pro Good documentation
Pro Interactive charts
The charting widget is built to facilitate client side interactions and notifications.
Pro Out of the box pan-and-zoom
Zoom-in on specific points of interest on the graph with the mouse – a single property allows this out-of-the-box.
Pro Supports combining different charts
You can combine different charts (they can be of the same type or even different types of charts) to display data correlations.
Con Not actively developed
During 2016 was few updates, more updates in 2017
Con Spotty exporting
Exporting doesn't work well (if at all sometimes) with SVGs exported from anything other than Adobe products.
Con Weak documentation
Explanations provided in the documentation can often be unclear, with some features missing from the documentation all together.
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