5+ free Flash charting component/library help you to convert your scores and finances into attractive animated graphical charts

Column-Chart-256x256 Have you ever thought that install attractive stats on your website and make detailed explanation of all scores that come from different digital sources onto your application or website, presenting it as animated diagrams.Following is a list of some charting components/libraries and my 10 minute reviews, :) , those don’t need any installation or only need simply setup  works with majority scripting language you could think of, runs on a majority of browsers, interactive, completely tunable & scalable, and creates stunning animated charts. Enjoy!

Open Flash Chart
Open Flash Chart is an open source project(a Flash charting component) started by John Glazebrook to provide flash charts that can be embedded in web pages.It is fairly easy to setup and has classes written in PHP, Perl, Python, Java, Ruby on Rails, and .Net to connect to the Chart. You can create some really nice looking Bar Charts, Pie Charts, Area Charts and etc. It isn’t as flashy as any of these products, but that tends to be a good thing for charting components.

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*You can also find Open Flash Chart Plugin for Ruby on Rails from >>>here.

AmCharts
AmCharts are animated interactive flash charts include Pie Charts, Line Charts, Scatter/Bubble Charts, Bar/Column Charts, and even a stock chart. AmCharts are platform independent , they read data and settings from XML or CSV files. All the charts are free but they have a link to AmCharts on the upper left.

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XML/SWF Charts
XML/SWF Charts is a very nice tool for creating attractive charts. include bar charts, pie charts, line charts & more.

XML-SWF-Charts

PHP/SWF Charts
PHP/SWF Charts is simple yet powerful tool to create attractive web charts and graphs from dynamic data. Using PHP to gather the data and put it into flash. It supports many charts types, Line, Column, Stacked column, Floating column, 3D column, Stacked 3D column, Parallel 3D column, Pie, 3D Pie, Bar, Stacked bar, Floating bar, Area, Stacked area, Candlestick, Scatter, Polar, Mixed, Composite and Joined. These Charts have some great features like Animated transitions, Printable charts, and more.PHP-SWF-Charts

Google Chart API
Big company’s product and not a component or library. It seems more simple than all above but the same useful. You can get a PNG-format image in response to a URL from Google Chart API. Line, bar, and pie charts can be generated. You can easily include a Chart API image in a webpage by embedding a URL within an <img> tag.Google-Chart-API

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6 Responses to “5+ free Flash charting component/library help you to convert your scores and finances into attractive animated graphical charts”

  1. [...] – 2 de Julho, hoje, um bónus, 5 “frameworks”/”APIs” para criar gráficos no flash, incluindo a API Charts do google, vejam : http://ntt.cc/2008/07/02/ [...]

  2. SD says:

    Thx for pointing me to the google pie chart api! :)

  3. [...] 6) There is a good article with a description of 5 free resources, where you may find almost everything you need to integrate flash charts into your flash document. Click here to read it. [...]

  4. Lionel says:

    This is really a good list. But in fact there’s plenty of other tools, such as FlyCharts (http://flycharts.net) or Fusion Charts Free. I like both of them

  5. FlashJuggler says:

    Good list of flash components. they are perfect to include in some more complex applications.

  6. Erik Maas says:

    Please have a look at the free flash charting and dashboarding tool SmartChart. You can use it on-line and download it. No flash knowledge required, no programming required.

    Thanks!

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