The Angular Chart provides built-in support for Image, PDF, and SVG export.
As a result, you can send a Base64-encoded file to a service or save it on the client machine by using the File Saver package.
The Chart supports the following options:
Exporting to Images
The following example demonstrates how to save the Angular Chart as a PNG image by using the
By default, the exported image is of the same size as the Chart DOM element. If required, you can export the file to a different resolution. If you change the image size, the image quality will not be affected because the rendering of the Chart is based on vector graphics.
Exporting to Drawing Visuals
exportVisual method returns a Drawing scene which you can further process.
The following example demonstrates how to export the Chart as a Drawing visual scene by using the
Exporting to PDF
exportPDF method from the Drawing library takes a visual element and produces a PDF file out of it.
Saving Charts in PDF
The following example demonstrates how to save the Angular Chart as a PDF file by using the
Fitting Charts to Paper Size
If the rendered Chart is bigger than the exported PDF paper size, then the Chart is clipped. To avoid this behavior, either:
- Set the
- Scale the drawing element, which is returned by the
The following example demonstrates how to fit the exported Chart to the paper size of the PDF file.
Exporting to SVG
The following example demonstrates how to save the Chart as an SVG file by using the