InfoSoft Global Releases FusionCharts for Flex v1 - Interactive Charting Component for Adobe Flex

Kolkata, India (PressExposure) March 04, 2009 -- InfoSoft Global has released FusionCharts for Flex v1 that allows Adobe Flex developers to create interactive breath-taking charts for their Flex solutions

FusionCharts for Flex is a charting component for Adobe Flex aimed at both Flex 2 and 3 developers. It can be used with Flex Builder IDE as well as any of the free Flex SDKs. FusionCharts for Flex has drag-and-drop capabilities when used with the Flex Builder IDE, thereby allowing developers to visually build and configure the chats in their development environment.

FusionCharts for Flex offers over 45 chart types spanning both 2D and 3D charts, including standard charts like Column, Bar, Line, Pie, Doughnut, Area etc., multi-series charts, stacked charts and combination charts with support for dual axis. It also offers unique charts like Funnel and Pyramid charts. Additionally, Bubble and XY Plot (scatter charts) are supported along with a few charts that have logarithmic axes. The pack also features a True 3D chart that allows end users to visually rotate the chart, convert from 3D to 2D and back again, and change camera angles along with other interactive options.

FusionCharts for Flex has been affordably priced at $299 per developer, allowing unlimited projects. For an Enterprise, it comes for $1499 per building, allowing unlimited developers and projects. It also has an OEM license allowing ISVs to embed FusionCharts for Flex in their Adobe Flex based products.

InfoSoft Global offers a no-restriction trial version of the product that can be downloaded from

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InfoSoft Global Pvt. Ltd. is a provider of visual web applications like dynamic Flash charts, Flash maps, interactive gauges and real-time instrumentation monitors.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 04, 2009 at 4:33 am
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