May 2011

Every time we come to Bangalore, we just love the energy and innovation the city has. People here are making their own tablets, doing kickass things on the cloud, developing cutting-edge mobile apps and making products that make people's lives easier every single day. Being tech enthusiasts ourselves, we get goosebumps of excitement every time… Read the rest of this entry »

Everyone knows LinkedIn now. It is the largest professional social networking site with over 100 million members. Not to mention a certain bell they recently rang. We at FusionCharts, are proud to be a part of LinkedIn. LinkedIn has made FusionCharts a part of a number of their paid modules, and pretty extensively at that… Read the rest of this entry »

As you might already know, with the launch of FusionCharts v3.2, you can now render charts in both Flash and JavaScript. Recently, we had a need in our chart gallery to convert the already-rendered charts in Flash to JavaScript dynamically - at the click of a button. This can be done very easily using the… Read the rest of this entry »

FusionCharts can now be easily integrated in Pentaho BI dashboards with a plugin developed by Xpand IT. The plugin brings the wow factor of FusionCharts to the popular open source BI suite, and can be used to display eye catching charts on the user console and dashboards. And the best part of it - the… Read the rest of this entry »

Even though we love what we do, there are times when we need to stop thinking about the bars and and the pies. Ok, maybe not the bars. While we do the walks, the coffees, the talks and the smokes, there is something else that makes for a pretty awesome break too - quick and… Read the rest of this entry »

oomfo, as you might already know, is our way of powering up data visualization in PowerPoint. When we released it early last year, it brought all the animation and interactivity of FusionCharts to PowerPoint. And now, a year later, with generous feedback from our 15,000 strong beta community, oomfo does more than just make your… Read the rest of this entry »