May 2009

Do you have a website or a web application that caters to an international audience? Then you would like to offer your product information and sales copy in the language of their choice. Let’s assume you already do so. But what about your charts? Wouldn’t you like your charts in reports, dashboards, surveys or any… Read More »

Continuing with the series on how to get the most out of the new features of FusionCharts v3.1, here’s our latest – custom string labels (annotations) for individual data sets. In case you tuned into the series just now, here’s what we have already covered:  Branding your Charts Exporting your Charts as Images/PDFs  Back to… Read More »

Your charts are yours. That’s not exactly the best of ways to start off but then that’s exactly what we are going to talk about right now – branding your charts. So let’s get started. Why should you brand your charts? You put in a lot of hard work to make the chart, so why… Read More »

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 More »