Today I will show you the latest feature where you can use any preexisting setting in qdt-components and create your own custom chart.
In the latest version we've exported all of the Picasso.js settings, components and interactions. So the idea is to use a preexisting setting file and then start adding any component that you want and passing your custom parameters like colors, stroke widths etc.
This example is in React.js but the same principles can be used in the other templates that we have like, Vue.js, Angular.js and simple html.
Now, let's try and create a combo chart with one bar chart and two line charts.