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

Chartbrew as a Chartio alternative

Learn how Chartbrew works as an alternative to Chartio. In this blog post, you can check all the differences, pros, and cons in transitioning to Chartbrew.

How to create, customize and share client reports

When creating client reports, it's important to apply a brand so the stakeholders know what the stats are for. This tutorial will show you how to do that.

Export dashboards to Excel sheets

This post will show you how you can connect to multiple data sources and export the data to excel sheets. Supports APIs, databases, Firestore, and more.

How to create custom dashboard templates in Chartbrew

Replicating a dashboard for different clients has never been easier. This tutorial will walk you through how to use the new template feature to replicate dashboards or individual charts across your projects.

Create your Google Analytics dashboard in Chartbrew

Learn how you can power up your Chartbrew dashboards with the Google Analytics integration. Get to know your data with Chartbrew.

How to visualize Airtable data with Chartbrew

Airtable is a popular data source that integrates with a myriad of other tools. Visualize this data with Chartbrew to get useful insights for your business.

How to visualize your Firestore data with Chartbrew

Connect, query, and visualize your Firestore data with Chartbrew. A step-by-step tutorial on how you can start creating your insightful dashboard.

How to visualize Simple Analytics data with Chartbrew

In this tutorial, we are going to connect Simple Analytics' API, get different datasets, and create a dashboard in Chartbrew to show all this data.

How to visualize Supabase.io data with Chartbrew

Supabase.io makes it easy to create your database. In this tutorial, we will go through visualizing this data with Chartbrew just as easily.

How to visualize Strapi data with Chartbrew

In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to visualize the data stored with Strapi. For the visualization, we are going to use Chartbrew, an open-source visualization platform.