What is Konva and what are its top alternatives?
Top Alternatives to Konva
Fabric is a Python (2.5-2.7) library and command-line tool for streamlining the use of SSH for application deployment or systems administration tasks. It provides a basic suite of operations for executing local or remote shell commands (normally or via sudo) and uploading/downloading files, as well as auxiliary functionality such as prompting the running user for input, or aborting execution. ...
React Canvas adds the ability for React components to render to "canvas" rather than DOM. This project is a work-in-progress. Though much of the code is in production on flipboard.com, the React canvas bindings are relatively new and the API is subject to change. ...
It provides interactive object model on top of canvas element. Fabric also has SVG-to-canvas (and canvas-to-SVG) parser. Using Fabric.js, you can create and populate objects on canvas; objects like simple geometrical shapes ...
Super fast HTML 5 2D rendering engine that uses webGL with canvas fallback
Konva alternatives & related posts
- Low learning curve, from bash script to Python power5
- Installation feedback for Twitter App Cards5
- Easy to add any type of job3
- Single config file3
- Easy on maintainance3
- Installation? pip install fabric... Boom3
- Easily automate any set system automation2
- Backward compatibility1
- Remote sudo execution1
- Crash Analytics1
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- Fast Performance5
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- Beautiful visualizations183
- Large set of examples80
- Data-driven documents60
- Visualization components23
- Dynamic properties18
- Makes data interactive6
- Enter and Exit4
- Open Source3
- Backed by the new york times3
- Easy and beautiful2
- Angular 41
- Simple elegance1
- Templates, force template1
- Awesome Community Support1
- Beginners cant understand at all6
- Complex syntax5
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If you've tried using D3.js, it's a pretty poor developer experience, and that translates to spending a bunch of time getting the graphs one wants even for things that are conceptually pretty basic. Plotly isn't amazing (it's decent), but it's way better than than D3 unless you have very specialized needs.
I'm a student, and I have a project to build an application (Visual analytics tool) that takes a Microsoft Excel file, cleans the data, and visualizes it. Also, the app should allow the user to filter and interact with it.
1- should I make it desktop application or web application? : I'm leaning toward (desktop)
2- D3.js OR Python?
3- better excel or CSV?
I'm a beginner Inspiration for interaction and look of the app: eventflow application.