open source

"FusionCharts mocks open source but uses it extensively," ran a headline on our Twitter feed yesterday. Curtis Poe, a freelance Perl developer and consultant from France, had written a blog post arguing that when we said “hobby projects don't cut it for enterprise-grade applications” and called ourselves “JavaScript Charts for the grown-ups” on our homepage… 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 »

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 »

FusionCharts Free is now open-source under the GPL and MIT license. A lot. But in a nutshell here's what you can do with FusionCharts Free: Use it for any purpose, commercial or personal Modify its source code to suit your needs Share it with your friends and neighbors Re-distribute FusionCharts Free, modified or the way… Read the rest of this entry »