This product is not specifically a PostgreSQL product but it is one that we use frequently with many of our database apps so we felt our obligation to blog about it in the context of databases.
Lets face it, when you have a database, somebody will come to you
one day and demand to see their data in sparkling colors, because why have data if you can't see it in sparkling colors.
They might not know what the data is telling them, but at least it will look damn good when charted in 3D.
This is when you should whip out something like Fusion Charts. This is just a small part of a three part series. In our application arena, we shall demonstrate using Fusion Charts in PHP as well as ASP.NET
and of course display PostgreSQL data using it. We shall only be demonstrating the Free version. If you really insist on Oracle, MySQL, IBM DBII, SQL Server, SQLite or FireBird or some other flavor of db, you can perform the same trick with slight variation.
You just need data you want to chart.