I'm wondering if you care about switching from jpgraph to something like
chart.js on doc.php.net. It isn't any blocker issue but maybe we could
just benefit from such move?
- we can't keep jpgraph in our git repo, that's a serious problem IMO -
chart.js can either be versioned or pulled from CDN (I'm not sure what's
- we would get rid of big 3rd party library written years ago for
ancient versions of PHP
- charts produced by jpGraph aren't pretty (that's, of course, purely
subjective and it's not a big deal, but something we can take into
- limited browser support
- charts are rendered client-side (what can also be an advantage,
depending on a point of view)
Like I said on the beginning, it isn't something very important for me -
just a humble proposal/question. Chart.js could be also replaced by any
other library, but I think it's a sane choice.
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