As announced last week, we were at JSFoo, Bangalore, and quite enjoyed chatting with many of the participants, and seeing the growing enthusiasm for JavaScript. Our JavaScript Architect, Shamasis, took stage on Saturday, talking about 'The Clockworks behind a JavaScript Framework that Powers a Billion Charts per Month'. The talk sparked some interesting discussions, including… Read the rest of this entry »

One fine morning we woke up to a tweet from Packt Publications - Consider yourself a pro with FusionCharts 3.2? Why not write a FusionCharts 3.2 Beginner's Guide for Packt? Somebody wanted a book on the software we created and have been working on for a decade… that was BIG! We were super kicked about… Read the rest of this entry »

It all began in 2002 when our CEO, all of 17-years then, was fed up of *boring* charts in Excel. This, alongside an opportunity to tap into the lack of interactive charting solutions on the web and rake in decent pocket money set the ball in motion. He figured out an innovative way using Macromedia… Read the rest of this entry »

We just turned a year older, and wiser. Yes we turned seven today. In the past year, we have done a lot of things. And a lot of things have happened to us. Today we will look back at all of them. We will go in reverse chronological order and try to keep things as… Read the rest of this entry »

Today we turn six. It was October 23rd, 2002 when FusionCharts was first released to the public. And here we are now, six years older and wiser, telling you the story of how we grew up. When we were starting off, people did not take Flash seriously. It was considered a tool used to make… Read the rest of this entry »