Free Animated Flash Charts and Graphs

Posted on December 25, 2008, under Flash 

Do you want to render data-driven and animated-charts for your web-applications and presentations using the power of Flash? Checkout the following FREE Flash Charting components. A lot of companies are using them to deliver eye-catching and snazzy graphics out of the boring (classical) data tables.

FusionCharts Free v2.1 is a cross-browser and cross-platform solution that can be used with PHP, ASP, ASP.NET, JSP, ColdFusion, Ruby on Rails, simple HTML pages and even Power Point presentations to deliver interactive and powerful flash charts. No Flash programming knowledge is required to use FusionCharts. You only need to know the language you’re programming in.



Open Flash Chart is an open source project which creates charts, pies, line bars etc. using the power of Flash.

Open Flash Chart is a compiled flash object which communicates with the world by downloading a data file. This is ‘at arms length’ and means you can use it in a commercial product, so long as you inform your users that Open Flash Chart is GPL and provide access (e.g. a link) to the source code.


amCharts is a free software which generates (animated) flash charts and requires flash player 8 or higher. The only limitation of the free version is that a small link to the address will be displayed in the top left corner of the charts.

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6 Replies to "Free Animated Flash Charts and Graphs"

  1. Hi! Have you seen AnyChart flash charts ?
    What do you think about it? What is better?

  2. I just checked the Chart Gallery. I like them, especially the 'Interactive Maps'. However, this product is quite expensive. I've only tested the trial version: Simple AnyChart Flash Chart with PHP.

  3. If you're interested in discount or free license – please contact me.

  4. very cool. thx for the info.

  5. I would also suggest to try Fly Charts ( It is quite functional for its small size and has a free version.

  6. Fusioncharts comes also as a Dreamweaver extension. It’s not free but it saves a lot of time as you don’t need any coding to create charts in PHP&MySQL.

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