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作者 Nadhani, Sanket
書名 FusionCharts Beginner’s Guide The Official Guide for FusionCharts Suite : The Official Guide for FusionCharts Suite
出版項 Olton : Packt Publishing, Limited, 2012
©2012
國際標準書號 9781849691772 (electronic bk.)
9781849691765
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版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (325 pages)
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附註 Intro -- FusionCharts -- Table of Contents -- FusionCharts -- Credits -- About the Authors -- About the Reviewer -- www.PacktPub.com -- Support files, eBooks, discount offers and more -- Why Subscribe? -- Free Access for Packt account holders -- Preface -- What this book covers -- What you need for this book -- Who this book is for -- Conventions -- Time for action - heading -- What just happened? -- Pop quiz - heading -- Have a go hero - heading -- Reader feedback -- Customer support -- Downloading the example code -- Errata -- Piracy -- Questions -- 1. Introducing FusionCharts -- What is FusionCharts Suite? -- Getting FusionCharts -- Time for action - downloading and extracting FusionCharts -- What just happened? -- Creating your first chart -- Steps to create a chart using FusionCharts -- Time for action - set up FusionCharts for our first chart -- What just happened? -- Time for action - creating XML data for our first chart -- What just happened? -- Time for action - Writing the HTML and JavaScript code to embed the chart -- What just happened? -- What to look for if your chart is not rendered? -- Converting the chart to a pure JavaScript chart -- Time for action - creating JavaScript only charts -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - build a dashboard for Harry -- Using the Data String method to provide data -- Time for action - embedding XML in the web page and using the Data String method -- What just happened? -- Using JSON data with FusionCharts -- Time for action - converting FusionCharts XML format to JSON -- What just happened? -- Time for action - powering a chart using JSON data stored in a file -- What just happened? -- Time for action - powering a chart using JSON data embedded in the page -- What just happened? -- Creating charts with multiple series -- Time for action - creating a multi-series chart -- What just happened?
Can the number of and elements mismatch? -- Representing missing or non-existent data on the chart -- Combination charts -- Time for action - the chart showing the actual versus the projected revenue -- What just happened? -- Time for action - a chart showing revenue versus units sold -- What just happened? -- Summary -- 2. Customizing your Chart -- Know thy chart -- Customizing the chart background -- Time for action - customizing the chart background -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - set a gradient fill for the canvas on a 2D Column chart -- Image as chart background -- Time for action - setting currency notes as the chart background -- What just happened? -- Customizing the chart border -- Customizing the data plot -- Customizing the color of the data plot -- Customizing the border of the data plot -- Have a go hero - highlight an anchor in a line chart -- Customizing the font properties -- Configuring the y-axis and divisional lines -- Time for action - customizing the chart limits and the number of divisional lines -- What just happened? -- Formatting the numbers on the chart -- Adding a prefix or suffix to the numbers -- Configuring decimal places on the chart -- Setting up your own number scale -- Time for action - setting up a number scale to understand billions as well -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - create a number scale to convert seconds to minutes, hours, and days -- Customizing data labels and values on the chart -- Different modes to display data labels. -- Different modes to display data values -- Configuring the tooltips -- Configuring the legend in multi-series charts -- Adding a trendline to the chart -- Time for action - adding a trendline to show target revenue -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - add a trendzone to the chart -- Personalizing the chart
Time for action - adding a logo and link to the chart -- What just happened? -- Using multilingual characters on the chart -- Adding the BOM stamp in the Data URL method -- Adding the BOM stamp in the Data String method -- Changing chart messages -- Time for action - changing the Invalid data message -- What just happened? -- Summary -- 3. JavaScript Capabilities -- Access your charts using JavaScript -- Time for action - setting up the audit report page -- What just happened? -- Pop quiz - know your chart object -- Listening to chart events -- The simple event model -- Time for action - show chart controls when a chart is fully rendered -- What just happened? -- The advanced event model -- Time for action - replace simple events with the advanced event model -- What just happened? -- Event arguments in the advanced model -- Pop quiz - know when to use the advanced event model -- Dynamically updating chart data -- Time for action - change chart data on the click of a button -- What just happened? -- Time for action - update chart data from a drop-down list -- What just happened? -- Retrieve data from chart -- Time for action - retrieve data from the chart and sort them -- What just happened? -- Pop quiz - do you recall the JSON data API? -- Retrieving chart data as comma-separated values -- Time for action - retrieve CSV data from the chart and update a textarea -- What just happened? -- Manipulate chart cosmetics using JavaScript -- Time for action - hide data values of the columns -- What just happened? -- Debugging your charts -- Using the JavaScript debug mode -- Time for action - set up the JavaScript debug mode to output in a browser console -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero -- Summary -- 4. Enabling Drill-down on Charts -- How does drill-down work in FusionCharts? -- Building our first drill-down chart
Time for action:building the parent chart -- What just happened? -- Time for action - building the descendant chart -- What just happened? -- Opening descendant charts in a new window -- Opening descendant charts in a pop-up window -- Opening descendant charts in a frame -- Invoking JavaScript functions on a link click event -- LinkedCharts for simplified drill-downs -- Time for action - using LinkedCharts to eliminate multiple web pages for descendant charts -- What just happened? -- Time for action - creating LinkedCharts using a single XML source -- What just happened? -- Summary -- 5. Exporting Charts -- A word on how the export process works -- Export charts at client-side -- Time for action - enable exporting of charts using the context menu -- What just happened? -- Pop quiz - know the possibilities -- Customizing the export component -- Time for action - customize the export component attributes -- What just happened? -- Export charts using JavaScript API -- Time for action - create a button to export the chart -- What just happened? -- Configure charts' export parameters using JavaScript -- Time for action - create separate buttons to export the chart as image and PDF -- What just happened? -- Pop quiz - JavaScript Export API -- Export charts directly to the server -- Time for action - configure the server-side export handler -- What just happened? -- Time for action - create a button to perform server-side export of the chart -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - put the export features to use -- Summary -- 6. Integrating with Server-side Scripts -- FusionCharts and server-side scripts -- Setting FusionCharts for your dynamic web application -- Embedding FusionCharts in a web page without using JavaScript -- Dynamic data and FusionCharts -- Scope of our dynamic charts and the basic setup
Time for action - getting ready to build dynamic charts -- Creating FusionCharts in PHP -- Time for action - creating a chart using data from array -- What just happened? -- Time for action - creating a chart in PHP using data from MySQL -- What just happened -- Time for action - adding drill-down to a database-driven chart -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - build a dashboard for Harry -- Creating FusionCharts in ASP.NET using C# -- Time for action - using FusionCharts.dll in a new Visual Studio project -- What just happened -- Time for action - create a chart in C# using data from an array -- What just happened -- Time for action - creating a chart in ASP.NET using data from an SQL Server -- What just happened -- Time for action - creating a drill-down chart in ASP.NET using data from an SQL Server -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - build a dashboard for Harry -- Creating charts in Java using Eclipse -- Time for action - creating a new project in Eclipse and adding the tag library -- What just happened? -- Time for action - creating a chart in Java using data from an array -- What just happened? -- Time for action - creating a chart in Java using data from MySQL -- What just happened? -- Time for action - creating a drill-down chart in Java using data from MySQL -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - build a dashboard for Harry -- Summary -- 7. Creating Maps for your Applications -- Getting FusionMaps -- Time for action - downloading and extracting FusionMaps -- What just happened? -- Creating the first map -- Time for action - set up FusionMaps for our first map -- What just happened? -- Time for action - creating the XML for our first map -- What just happened? -- Time for action - writing the HTML and the JavaScript code to embed the map in a page -- What just happened? -- Have a go hero - remove the "3D" effect of the map
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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
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Nadhani, Sanket FusionCharts Beginner’s Guide The Official Guide for FusionCharts Suite : The Official Guide for FusionCharts Suite Olton : Packt Publishing, Limited,c2012 9781849691765
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