Solving overlapping bullets

Type tutorial

This short tutorial shows a couple of ways to solve the situations where multiple series can have label bullets shown, and thus may overlap with each other. Repositioning with an adapter We can use an adapter, to dynamically check for overlap with other bullets, and change bullet’s centerY setting, so it is either moved down […]

Dynamically changing legend position

Type tutorial

This short tutorial will show the steps involved in dynamically changing position of the legend. Changing position The following steps are involved when changing the position of the legend, e.g. from bottom to left: For example, the below code will move the legend from bottom, to left: Demo

Grouping legend items

Type tutorial

This short tutorial will introduce two approaches that can be used to group legend items by inserting a label between its items. Approach #1 The easiest approach is to create a legend like we would do on any chart, set its data, then insert Label elements at predefined places in legend’s children list. The downside […]

Bullet following cursor

Type tutorial

This demo shows how we can show a bullet on the hovered data item without creating bullets for each data item. This results in a better performance.

A custom “heat legend” using a gradient

Type tutorial

This demo adds a Container element with a gradient-filled rectangle and some labels to create a custom “heat legend” using multi-color steps. The code Related docs The demo

Using axis ranges to place labels at arbitrary values or dates

Type tutorial

Axes of various types follow their own logic when they choose where to place its grid and labels. However, sometimes you need to place those labels at precisely value X, or on date Y. That’s where axis ranges might come in handy, which is the focus of this tutorial. Prerequisites Just to refresh your memory […]