mukadi/chartjs-bundle

build awesome charts directly from your ORM Entities

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Type:symfony-bundle

3.1.0 2023-03-07 01:00 UTC

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README

Build awesome charts directly from ORM Entities, using MukadiChartJsBundle to create high quality chart mapped directly to your data model. MukadiChartJsBundle is an adaptation of the mukadi/chartjs-builder package for symfony, Here are some provided features:

  • a service for build chart from DQL queries and native SQL queries
  • a Twig extension for render chart in the view

Installation

Install the bundle via composer by running the following command:

php composer.phar require mukadi/chartjs-bundle

And run php bin/console assets:install for installing assets in the public web directory

Chart Factory

The bundle provide the Mukadi\ChartJSBundle\Factory\ChartFactory service (or @mukadi.chart.factory if you are not using autowiring):

You can use chart factory like any other symfony service:

namespace App\Controller;

use App\Chart\VideoGame;
use Mukadi\ChartJSBundle\Factory\ChartFactory;
use Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\Controller\AbstractController;
use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response;
use Symfony\Component\Routing\Annotation\Route;

class AppController extends AbstractController{

    #[Route('/', name: 'app_app')]
    public function index(ChartFactory $factory): Response {
        $chart = $factory
                ->withDql() # if you plan to use DQL query
                ->createChartBuilder()
                ->asBar()
                    ->query("SELECT COUNT(j) total, AVG(j.prix) prix, j.console console FROM \App\Entity\VideoGame j group by j.console")
                    ->labels('console')
                    ->dataset("Prix moyen")
                        ->data('prix')->useRandomBackgroundColor()
                    ->end()
                    ->dataset("Nombre")
                        ->data('total')->useRandomBackgroundColor()
                    ->end()
                ->build()
                ->getChart()
                ;

        $chart2 = $factory
                ->withNativeSql() # if you gonna use native SQL query
                ->createChartBuilder()
                ->asBar()
                    ->query("SELECT COUNT(*) total, AVG(prix) prix, console FROM jeux_video GROUP BY console")
                    ->labels('console')
                    ->dataset("Prix moyen")
                        ->data('prix')->useRandomBackgroundColor()
                    ->end()
                    ->dataset("Nombre")
                        ->data('total')->useRandomBackgroundColor()
                    ->end()
                ->build()
                ->getChart()
                ;

        return $this->render('app/index.html.twig', [
            'chart' => $chart,
            'chart2' => $chart2,
        ]);
    }
}

Please, see the mukadi/chartjs-builder documentation if you want to learn more about chart construction.

Render chart in twig template

In twig template use the dedicated function for chart rendering:

{{ mukadi_chart(chart) }}

Don't forget to include libraries in your page:

<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/Chart.js/4.2.1/chart.umd.min.js"></script>
<script src="/bundles/mukadichartjs/mukadi.chart.min.js"></script>

And that's all !

Use chart definitions

The Charts definition is an elegant way to build your charts in separate classes, so you get a more readable code and also reusable charts (a very powerful feature when combining with parametrized query). Read more about chart definition in the core mukadi/chartjs-builder library.

Create your chart by implementing the Mukadi\Chart\ChartDefinitionInterface interface:

namespace App\Chart;

use Mukadi\Chart\ChartDefinitionBuilderInterface;
use Mukadi\Chart\ChartDefinitionInterface;

class VideoGameChart implements ChartDefinitionInterface {
    
    public function define(ChartDefinitionBuilderInterface $builder): void
    {
        $sql = "SELECT COUNT(*) total, AVG(prix) prix, console FROM jeux_video WHERE possesseur = :possesseur GROUP BY console";

        $builder
            ->asPolarArea()
            ->query($sql)
            ->labels('console')
            ->dataset("Total")
                ->data('total')->useRandomBackgroundColor()
            ->end()
            ->dataset("Prix moyen")
                ->data('prix')->useRandomBackgroundColor()
            ->end()
        ;
    }
}

In your controller you only have to write this:

 $chart = $factory
                ->withNativeSql()
                ->createFromDefinition(VideoGameChart::class)
                ->setParameter(':possesseur', 'Michel')
                ->getChart()
                ;

Note: you can use the FCQN of the chart definition only if the class is managed by the DI component, if you are using the standard symfony services.yml file so it's automatically handled for you, if you don't you must do it by yourself.