Create interactive charts in Ionic 2

When you work in a small team, it tends to be difficult to write and maintain separate code for Android, iOS, and Windows. That’s where hybrid frameworks like Ionic come into the picture. They not only enable us to write a single piece of code that can be used on all three platforms, but mean we can do so using our existing tech stack.

In this tutorial we are going explore how to tackle a common task like data visualisation in Ionic 2, one of the most promising hybrid app frameworks out there. I will use the FusionCharts JavaScript chart library (, for this project as it offers a large library of over 90 charts, is compatible with every device and browser, and is very easy to work with.

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A member of technical staff at Adobe, Rohit Boggarapu specialises in JavaScript, UI development and data visualisation.