Shamasis Bhattacharya

An important feature you’d consider when comparing javascript chart libraries is the ability to export your charts in any given scenario - server-side, client-side, and every permutation and combination in between. This is one reason why our customers love FusionCharts Suite XT. It allows you to export your charts server-side, client-side, in batch mode, using… Read the rest of this entry »

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 the rest of this entry »

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 the rest of this entry »

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.

It's been some time since we last talked about using FusionCharts in your .NET applications. Hopefully now you know how to generate charts from data entered in forms, and how to get back the data from the chart in CSV format. In this post, we'll see how to generate a chart using data from a… Read the rest of this entry »

How did it feel to use FusionCharts Suite XT in your .NET application? Cool huh? We thought so too. In case you are wandering what we are talking about, please check out our earlier post on how to use FusionCharts in Windows .NET applications. Like we promised, we're back with a lot more that you… Read the rest of this entry »

Here at FusionCharts, we are always trying to make life as simple as possible for you. Just the other day,  a user wanted to embed FusionCharts in a payroll application he was developing - a Windows .NET desktop application. Having helped him with that, we realized that you might need the same for your application… Read the rest of this entry »