Power-up your charting game! Chartbrew tutorials covering new features and how to create the perfect dashboards and charts for your business data.

How to connect and visualize Amazon RDS data with Chartbrew

In this tutorial, we'll guide you through the steps to connect your Amazon RDS databases, specifically Postgres and MySQL, with Chartbrew

Connect and visualize your Supabase Database with Chartbrew

This tutorial shows you how to connect, query, and visualize your Supabase database with Chartbrew. Create Supabase client reports with ease.

How to visualize Heroku Postgres data with Chartbrew

In this tutorial, we are going to connect Heroku Postgres to Chartbrew, fetch some data, and create charts to visualize our data.

Visualize MySQL data with Chartbrew

In this short tutorial, we will show how you can connect any MySQL database to Chartbrew. Once we connect the database, we are going to write a few simple queries to fetch some data and create datasets to be visualized in multiple ways.

Integrate Google Analytics (GA4) with your Chartbrew dashboards

Integrate Google Analytics (GA4) with your Chartbrew dashboards and use our advanced query builder and chart editor to get the most out of your data.

Connect and visualize TimescaleDB data with Chartbrew

Learn how to connect Timescale databases to Chartbrew and create powerful visualization dashboards and reports to monitor and share with others.

How to deploy Chartbrew on Render

You can use Render to deploy your Chartbrew application for free. This tutorial will show you all the steps to get your visualization stack up and running.

Fetch Firestore collection data with the Firebase NodeJS SDK

Getting Firestore data in the right format can be a tedious task. This blog post will show you how to fetch, filter, and flatten your data

How to visualize PrestaShop data with Chartbrew

Learn how to create charts and visualize your PrestaShop data to make better business decisions.

How to create API Keys in Chartbrew

Chartbrew API Keys are useful when fetching or creating Chartbrew content from another application. Find out how to create them in this tutorial.