Money Dashboard is touted as Britain’s answer to Mint.com (the most popular personal finance management app in US). It is an online application that lets you monitor, organize and take control of your money. Once authorized, it can link to all your various bank accounts, provide real-time graphical analysis of your spending, allow you to set and achieve spending goals and also set alerts. It is however, a read-only application, you cannot do any monetary transaction using Money Dashboard.
In the last part of FusionCharts XT with ASP.NET series, we will create LinkedCharts using MS SQL Server data and C#. LinkedCharts is a pioneering concept by FusionCharts, which allows you to create unlimited levels of drill-down using a single data source. LinkedCharts is most useful when the user requires to go from a summarized… Read the rest of this entry »
In the 4th part of FusionCharts XT in PHP series, we will create LinkedCharts in PHP. LinkedCharts is a pioneering concept introduced by FusionCharts which allows unlimited levels of drill-down. LinkedCharts help users maintain the context when drilling down (or up) in their data. The child LinkedCharts can be configured in every way possible. Let… Read the rest of this entry »
In the 3rd part of FusionCharts XT in PHP series, we will create drill-down PHP charts using data from a MySQL database. Drill-down charts are immensely useful when you want to plot the subset of an aggregate data set. A generic use case can be world-wide sales data >> by country >> by state >>… Read the rest of this entry »
Usability is a term thrown around a lot these days. And not without good reason. People are getting busier and busier. If they cannot find exactly what they are looking for within seconds, it doesn't exist for them...no matter whether they are searching for a product on the web, a feature in a tool or… Read the rest of this entry »
Drill-down charts are everywhere. They help maximize business information by presenting the data in digestible chunks. While implementing drill-down charts is no rocket science (shameless plug: especially with our first-of-its-type LinkedCharts concept), the interface for using them still has some way to go. Haven't you ever come across a report where you had no idea… Read the rest of this entry »