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PHP developers often build applications that work on a diverse data spectrum like sales, marketing, finance, health care or government and beyond. For the end-users of such applications to be able to make sense and take the right actions, it is necessary to represent data in the right form as dashboards or reports. Dashboards, which… Read More »

To provide executives with access to business data on the go, enterprises are adopting iPhones and iPads in droves. Many of these applications have need for smart data visualizations, but are currently restricted by the limited capabilities of available charting libraries for iOS. Some have limited chart types, whereas others lack the visual appeal and… Read More »

Last quarter, we released FusionCharts XT with enhanced JavaScript charts to bring a delightful and homogeneous charting experience across PCs, Macs, iOS and Android devices. Continuing our quest to bring rich visualizations to users across platforms and devices, we now present to you FusionWidgets XT. All the gauges, funnel and pyramid charts, sparklines and bullet… Read More »

As you might already know, with the launch of FusionCharts v3.2, you can now render charts in both Flash and JavaScript. Recently, we had a need in our chart gallery to convert the already-rendered charts in Flash to JavaScript dynamically - at the click of a button. This can be done very easily using the… Read More »

FusionCharts has been evolving as a more powerful and contemporary JavaScript charting library. With the new features of v3.2, a large number of functions were added, and four functions got deprecated. Three of these functions were previously part of the most used functions of FusionCharts JS. In a scenario like this, the setting was perfect… Read More »

A little dip into the ocean of options available with the new FusionCharts 3.2 JavaScript Library. Know the three different JS syntax to render FusionCharts and some useful set of tips to make your coding life a bit easier.

We had been gone for some time after getting FusionCharts iPad-ready and sending it to school. But we put the time to good use and are delighted to bring PowerCharts to you in its most...well...powerful avatar ever – v3.2. Just like FusionCharts v3.2, most of the charts in PowerCharts are now iPad ready with the… Read More »

FusionCharts Suite shares a great chemistry with Javascript. What does this mean for you? Quite a lot actually. You can combine the two of them to: Create comprehensive sales reports: Show a chart at the top with summarized sales info for say 5 years. Then allow the user to click on any of these years… Read More »