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Fusioncharts Beginner's Guide: The Official Guide for Fusioncharts Suite by Sanket Nadhani, Pallav Nadhani, Shamasis Bhattacharya

Fusioncharts Beginner's Guide: The Official Guide for Fusioncharts Suite

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Fusioncharts Beginner's Guide: The Official Guide for Fusioncharts Suite by Sanket Nadhani, Pallav Nadhani, Shamasis Bhattacharya

The book is written as a practical, step-by-step guide to using FusionCharts Suite. The book not only teaches you the fundamentals and implementation of FusionCharts Suite, but also makes you the data visualization guru among your friends and colleagues by teaching how to select the right chart type and usability tips. Filled with examples, code samples and practical tips in a no-nonsense way, the book is a breeze to read. This book is both for beginners and advanced web developers who need to create interactive charts for their web applications. No previous knowledge of FusionCharts Suite is assumed, and the book takes you right from downloading it to creating complete reports and dashboards.

About the Author

Sanket Nadhani previously headed Marketing and Sales at FusionCharts, fresh out of college. As part of the role, he had to conceptualize different dashboards and demos and was often frustrated with the lack of practical resources on data visualization to learn from. Once he learned them after his daily bouts with tons of data, he started writing about the usability and best practices on the FusionCharts blog that have been well received. He loves food, beer, and travelling. You can follow him on Twitter at http://twitter. com/sanketnadhani. Pallav Nadhani is the co-founder and CEO of FusionCharts, and an angel investor. He started FusionCharts at the age of 17 as a way to make pocket money. Today, FusionCharts has around 20,000 customers and 400,000 users in over 110 countries. His entrepreneurial journey has been covered by various magazines such as Forbes, Entrepreneur, Business Today, Economic Times, and numerous blogs and websites. He holds a Masters in Computer Science from The University of Edinburgh and loves traveling, beer, and poker. He has also worked on the book Flash.NET , Friends of Ed Publication. Shamasis Bhattacharya has been a part of FusionCharts since 2008. As a JavaScript architect, he heads the JavaScript development team and spends most of his time analyzing, modeling, and coding the FusionCharts JavaScript charting library with attention to smart software design and innovative data visualization countenances. He writes on his blog and spends the rest of his time with his wife, Madhumita.

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Publication date

22nd April 2012


Sanket Nadhani, Pallav Nadhani, Shamasis Bhattacharya

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Packt Publishing Limited


252 pages


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