export

An important feature you’d consider when comparing javascript chart libraries is the ability to export your charts in any given scenario - server-side, client-side, and every permutation and combination in between. This is one reason why our customers love FusionCharts Suite XT. It allows you to export your charts server-side, client-side, in batch mode, using… Read the rest of this entry »

You may have often wanted to export charts as images from the backend and email them to users, especially to senior management, who love getting insightful charts & dashboards delivered straight to their inbox. Or maybe you've wanted to automate these reports for convenience. While we have your back covered with our server-side Export Handlers… Read the rest of this entry »

FusionCharts helps you make kick-ass dashboards that can be viewed on a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or a majority of mobile devices. To view these dashboards, you open your favorite browser, go to the URL of the dashboard either by typing in or clicking through, the browser loads the content and FusionCharts, and you finally… Read the rest of this entry »

It's been some time since we last talked about using FusionCharts in your .NET applications. Hopefully now you know how to generate charts & javascript graphs from data entered in forms, and how to get back the data from the chart in CSV format. In this post, we'll see how to generate a chart using… Read the rest of this entry »

How did it feel to use FusionCharts Suite XT in your .NET application? Cool huh? We thought so too. In case you are wandering what we are talking about, please check out our earlier post on how to use FusionCharts Java script charts in Windows .NET applications. Like we promised, we're back with a lot… Read the rest of this entry »

Here at FusionCharts, we are always trying to make life as simple as possible for you. Just the other day,  a user wanted to embed FusionCharts javascript charts in a payroll application he was developing - a Windows .NET desktop application. Having helped him with that, we realized that you might need the same for… Read the rest of this entry »

Picture this: You are making a sales dashboard to be presented to the upper management of the company. During the presentation, your CFO asks you to pick out the raw data from a particular chart. At that moment, you cannot go back to the underlying database and give him the exact figures, can you? Nor… Read the rest of this entry »

How often does this happen to you – you create a stunning information-intensive chart after a lot of hard work for your web page and then intend to embed the same in your annual report? Or mail it to one of your colleagues? But since you have no easy way to export the chart from… Read the rest of this entry »