Create Amazing Visualizations Effortlessly
Creating dynamic visuals on the web consumes project time, and you can end up feeling like you're recreating the wheel over and over. More costly chart libraries expect you to generate the required SQL and dump it into JSON format
--most of the heavy lifting. ChartBuilder eliminates these headaches, allowing you to configure chart definitions that dynamically fetch data from MySQL without days of work. Deploying ChartBuilder takes less than ten minutes, and you're on your way to creating visualizations that impress your users and help them make informed decisions.
Add Dynamic PHP Charts to Your Site in Less Than 10 Minutes and With No Coding:
ChartBuilder has a small footprint, just copy the seven files you receive after your purchase to your server and you're almost ready to go. All you need is a server running PHP 5.3 or higher, and a MySQL database.
ChartBuilder can support multiple MySQL databases, so just set up your connection information in the ChartBuilder config database config file and you're ready to start creating impressive visualizations.
ChartBuilder gives you a simple interface to define the data source, chart layout, and formatting options. You can optionally provide additional SQL where clauses to further filter your charts. Chart definitions are saved in an xml file, making it easy to port your definitions to other servers if needed. There is no limit to the number of chart definitions you create!
Once you've defined your charts, calling them is as easy as embedding an inline frame in your page(s). You open ChartBuilder's chart.php in the iframe using the chart definition's GUID any any advanced sizing options you want to set. That's it! Check out example PHP charts for MySQL
How Chart Builder Works
Chart Builder automatically generates fetches data from your MySQL database in a format necessary to use Google Visualization with MySQL.