jQuery UI Widgets Forums Chart Integrating Chart to a MySQL Database Using PHP

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  • centricomen
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    Hi.

    I am developing a CMS that will allow us to create projects and monitor our performance within those projects. Since all the project data (project dates, titles, estimated duration, etc) is database driven, I will create a separate table for storing the performance info of each and every project.

    Now I need help in terms of the importing the information from a database and encoding to a format that would be easily read by the chart.

    By looking at the source code. I can see that you use arrays to pass data and the plugin will automatically visualize it for you. Now so far I’ve seen examples which has data from one fixed date-point to another. But I need to be able to reserve space for the graph to grow on a daily basis until the maximum date is met.

    Help Anyone?

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    Peter Stoev
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    Hi centricomen,

    You can take a look at this help topic: jquery-chart-data-source.htm. There’s a section called: “Bind the Chart to MySQL Database using PHP”. Hope this helps you.

    Best Regards,
    Peter Stoev

    jQWidgets Team
    http://www.jqwidgets.com

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