The FusionCharts Django wrapper is a Python framework which is responsible for quick web development. It is a subroutine within a software library whose job is to call another subroutine with the minimum amount of coding. It lets you generate the required JavaScript and HTML code as a string on the server, which is then used to render charts on a browser page.

FusionCharts Suite XT includes the FusionCharts Django wrapper that lets you create interactive, data-driven charts. You can create a simple chart using the FusionCharts server-side Django wrapper without writing any JavaScript code.


To download the FusionCharts library using files placed in the folder of your project, you need to:

  • Place the FusionCharts library inside the "static/FusionCharts" folder in your project.

  • Insert the <script> tag where you want to include the source of the FusionCharts library link from the specific local folder in the project. The <script> tag looks like as shown below:

{% load static %} 
<script type="text/javascript" src="{% static "fusioncharts/fusioncharts.js" %}"></script>

Set your STATIC_ROOT path and run the command given below to update the static files:

python collectstatic


To install the FusionCharts Django wrapper, you would require Python 2.7 (or a higher version). To download Python, click here .

Include the in the django-wrapper repository) file into your project. Once done, you can start rendering the charts using the classes and methods under the FusionCharts namespace.

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