over 3 years ago

Announcing the winners

We’re thrilled to announce the winners of Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge.

View all the winners in the Gallery.

Thanks again to everyone who participated and made the challenge a great success!

The Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge team


almost 4 years ago

Public voting is now open

The public voting period for Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge has begun. Browse the Submission Gallery and vote for your favorites!

If you’ve entered a submission, be sure to spread the word through your social networks.

Thanks,

The Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge team


almost 4 years ago

Submissions due Thursday

The submission deadline for the Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge is Thursday, July 11, at 5 p.m. ET!

Please don't wait until the last minute to fill out the submission form. Avoid surprises by starting your draft now and reviewing the guidelines.

Questions?

We're here to help! Post on the discussion forum, or send us an email at support@challengepost.com with "Chart.js" in the subject line, and we'll respond as soon as we can.


almost 4 years ago

Ten days to go

This is just a reminder that the submission deadline for the Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge is July 11, 2013 at 5:00pm Eastern Time. If you haven't started yet, visit chartjs.challengepost.com to review the details, and Chartjs.org to access the source, examples and documentation. Good luck!


almost 4 years ago

Two weeks to go

The deadline for the Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge is fast approaching — your personal dashboards must be entered by July 11.

Here are a few suggestions so you don't run out of time:

  1. Start working on your dashboard (if you haven't already). Visit Chartjs.org for the source, examples, and documentation.
  2. Start your draft submission now: Check out the Enter a Submission page today and make sure you review the guidelines. Once you start a draft, you can edit it at any time before the submission deadline. 
  3. Submit early: When you’re ready to enter your submission, just visit the…

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almost 4 years ago

Welcome!

A note from Nick Downie, the creator of Chart.js and one of the judges for the Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge:

Hey and thanks for signing up to the Chart.js Personal Dashboard Challenge. 

I built Chart.js because I was disappointed with the existing charting solutions on the market, the majority were expensive, required complex set up, had poor mobile and tablet performance, and had many bloated features which shouldn't belong in a charting library. 

Though there are some more feature rich libraries out there, Chart.js is lightweight, free and completely open. The library will continue to develop to provide a more…

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