Kendo UI for Vue
The Kendo UI for Vue Bullet Chart compares two correlated values against each other, represented by a horizontal bar and a vertical line. The component uses one value as a benchmark, such as total product sales for last year, and compares it to another numerical value, such as sales of the same product for this year, and relates them to a qualitative category, such as a regional breakdown, to add more context. It’s a great way to show progress towards a goal or performance against a reference line.
Through the Vue Bullet Chart API, you can add a SeriesLabelsComponent configuration component to display labels for the series.
You have the flexibility to fill the Vue Bullet Chart series with data from a range of source types, such as numbers, arrays, and objects (or models). You just need to specify the fields you intend to use.
The Vue Bullet Chart showcases data in both Canvas (bitmap) and SVG (vector graphics) formats. SVG serves as the default format to ensure consistently sharp data presentations. For situations prioritizing performance, you can seamlessly switch to the canvas format via a single configuration option, ensuring your chart handles large datasets and real-time updates without interruptions.
Export your Vue Bullet Chart to various formats such as PDF, SVG, PNG, and the Kendo UI drawing format. In scenarios requiring adjustments to image size or fitting the chart to a specific paper size when exporting to PDF, the component's intuitive export method preserves the quality and rendering of the Chart in the output file.
Customize the series colors of the Kendo UI for Vue Bullet Chart component using one of our predefined color sets, including Default (our own styling), Material (based on Material Design guidelines), Bootstrap (resembling Bootstrap styling), and Fluent (based on Microsoft Fluent UI). You can further personalize any of the built-in themes or create a new theme to match your brand's identity using Progress ThemeBuilder.
The Kendo UI for Vue Bullet Chart provides support for globalization and localization to ensure the component effectively serves applications in various languages and locales. You can also enable right-to-left (RTL) rendering for languages with scripts read from right to left.