ChartsRealm 3.4.0

ChartsRealm 3.4.0

LangLanguage SwiftSwift
License Apache-2.0
ReleasedLast Release Oct 2019
SPMSupports SPM

Maintained by Daniel Cohen Gindi, Pierre-Marc Airoldi, liuxuan30.

Depends on:
Charts~> 3.4.0
RealmSwift~> 3.18.0

  • By
  • Daniel Cohen Gindi and Philipp Jahoda

Version 3.4.0

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We've separated ChartsRealm from the main repository, for easier handling of dependencies.

Please avoid duplicate issues. Post on this repo for Charts+Realm specific problems, and other stuff in the issues section of the core Charts repo.

  • Xcode 11 / Swift 5
  • iOS >= 8.0 (Use as an Embedded Framework)
  • tvOS >= 9.0
  • macOS >= 10.11

Having trouble running the demo?

  • ChartsRealmDemo/ChartsRealmDemo.xcodeproj is the demo project for iOS/tvOS
  • Make sure you are running a supported version of Xcode.
    • Usually it is specified here a few lines above.
    • In most cases it will be the latest Xcode version.
  • Make sure that your project supports latest Swift
  • Run carthage checkout in the project folder, to fetch dependencies (i.e Realm).
    • Realm is not required for using Charts. If you are not interested in using realm, go for the core library, here.
    • If you don't have Carthage - you can get it here.


In order to correctly compile:

  1. Drag the ChartsRealm.xcodeproj to your project
  2. Go to your target's settings, hit the "+" under the "Embedded Binaries" section, and select the ChartsRealm.framework
  3. @import Charts, @import ChartsRealm
  4. When using Swift in an ObjC project:
    • You need to import your Bridging Header. Usually it is "YourProject-Swift.h", so in ChartsRealmDemo it's "ChartsRealmDemo-Swift.h". Do not try to actually include "ChartsRealmDemo-Swift.h" in your project :-)
    • (Xcode 8.1 and earlier) Under "Build Options", mark "Embedded Content Contains Swift Code"
    • (Xcode 8.2+) Under "Build Options", mark "Always Embed Swift Standard Libraries"
    • Note that the Realm framework is not linked with ChartsRealm. You need to have the framework in your project, and in a compatible version to whatever is compiled with ChartsRealm. We will do our best to always compile against the latest version.

3rd party tutorials


Can't compile?

  • Please note the difference between installing a compiled framework from CocoaPods or Carthage, and copying the source code.
  • If you are using Realm, please also #import <ChartsRealm/ChartsRealm.h>
  • If you are compiling the source code and want to use Realm, please make sure to include the code from ChartsRealm project.
  • Please read the Usage section again.
  • Search in the issues (ChartsRealm issues, Charts issues. Please do not double-post!)
  • Try to politely ask in the issues section

Other problems / feature requests

  • Search in the issues
  • Try to politely ask in the issues section

CocoaPods Install

Add both pod 'Charts' and pod 'ChartsRealm' to your Podfile.

Carthage Install

Charts now include Carthage prebuilt binaries.

github "danielgindi/ChartsRealm" ~> 3.4.0

In order to build the binaries for a new release, use carthage build --no-skip-current && carthage archive ChartsRealm.


If you like what you see here, and want to support the work being done in this repository, you could:

  • Contribute code, issues and pull requests
  • Let people know this library exists (🔥 spread the word 🔥)
  • Donate (You can buy me a beer, or you can buy me dinner :-)

Note: The author of MPAndroidChart is the reason that this library exists, and is accepting donations on his page. He deserves them!

Questions & Issues

If you are having questions or problems, you should:

  • Make sure you are using the latest version of the library. Check the release-section.
  • Study the Android version's Documentation-Wiki
  • Study the (Still incomplete Doc-Percent) Pod-Documentation
  • Search or open questions on stackoverflow with the ios-charts tag
  • Search known issues for your problem (open and closed)
  • Create new issues (please 🔥 search known issues before 🔥, do not create duplicate issues)

Special Thanks

Goes to @liuxuan30, @petester42 and @AlBirdie for new features, bugfixes, and lots and lots of involvement in our open-sourced community! You guys are a huge help to all of those coming here with questions and issues, and I couldn't respond to all of those without you.


Copyright 2016 Daniel Cohen Gindi & Philipp Jahoda

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