What do you like best?
It's featured almost everywhere in commercial products. Tons of examples and documentation. Easy to customize to fit any kind of design.
I particularly like the export abilities, since writing them yourself often is out of questions if the charts are not the main feature of an app.
What do you dislike?
It's pricey. Angular bindings could use some work, but this might be a problem with Angular2 just being around the corner when I've last used it.
At first, I was under the impression that customer support was top notch, but recently I've found out that they aren't responding to questions on StackOverflow. It used to be standard practice for library devs, but now it's not that popular.
Examples are much more useful than documentation, so if you have problems first look there. Mixing the two (more interactive documentation) could be helpful for users.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Head to examples page, most of the important features are there.
Also check out CSS styling in 5.x series as it looks promising compared to what I was using with 4.x.
It is also a little bit miscategorized here on g2crowd. It's a charting library, not business intelligence tool.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Implementing various types of charts and graphs. Fits perfectly for a dashboard and any kind of analytics apps.
Included it so far in:
- Google Analytics data drill down app
- Various sources analytics aggregation app
- Game based on stats from project management tools
- Cryptocurrency exchange
- Recruitment support tool
It's very versatile and easy to customize to fit most kind of layouts and color schemes.