Circle Card React Custom Visual Demo Custom Visual using React JS
Demo Custom Visual using React JS
This repository represents a simple way to use React for development of Power BI Custom Visuals. Circle Card shows singular value inside a circle. It supports basic visual settings (color and circle thickness) and adaptability to viewport size.
React-based Custom Visual development basics are explained in this tutorial. It describes step-by-step creation of Circle Card. You're welcome to use that example as a base to your own Custom Visuals by cloning this repository or using
pbiviz new react command of Power BI Visuals Tools.
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