Based on your stress levels, we better figure this out quick!
I don’t know the quantity, but I have an application that reached 21.
It doesn’t show more than 21? Or that’s all the data you have?
are all the data I have
With 60 bars, your client’s smartphone might have to start growing sideways.
I did see a post about this very topic. Someone had a ton of data points in their bar chart. The chart looked very, very crowded. Ths bars were 1-2px wide and if I remember correctly at one point it stopped displaying correctly.
I’m sorry I cannot remember the name of the topic, but I know I saw this somewhere.
awesome. I’ll search for it.
I know this is a horrible answer: maybe you could duplicate your clients app if it is in production so you have an app to test, create the table and the chart component, and then copy-paste rows? You’ll see when it starts looking like a bar code
Yeah, I went through the lazy way of asking here… I guess I’ll have to do that
And you’re right to have done so, that’s what the forum is for. We also all learn together.
Did you find that post?
Looked for it, but couldn’t find it
We have talked about this issue before but I can tell you again: the problem with bar charts is caused by the amount of points to be showed. Currently Glide has a limit which will be increased soon (I hope so)
The trick so far is to use a filter, in my App I set it to Cases> 20 and this improved my charts.
A rare curiosity is when you move your phone from vertical to a horizontal position: The lost bars and data suddenly appear in your screen so, the problem depends on screen resolution.
Saludos a todos
So it’s 100 %. Responsive, that’s good.
It’s a good idea to add a counter and limit the number of appearances.
I’ll do that
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