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Powerful Modern Looking Cross-Platform Chart Components For Windows And Mobile


Data visualization is one of the essential parts of most applications. Without visual or graphical representation for the data is somehow boring. With charts, diagrams and maps you can easily understand the data by just looking at it.

Creating a graphical representation of the data in Delphi is very easy because of built-in components. For instance, the TeeChart component library has 2D and 3D visual components to make your data easier to get.


Since Delphi and C++ Builder community is creating a better ecosystem for RAD developers, we see different solutions for exact cases. For example, there is the TMS FNC Chart cross-platform chart component designed for business, statistical, financial & scientific data.

What features does TMS FNC Chart have?

  • Full VCL and FMX support
  • Web support
  • Optional 3D drawing mode
  • Opacity support for cross-platform development
  • Wide range of chart types
  • Design time editor 
  • and more

Be sure to head over and check out the TMS FNC Chart component suite on the GetIt portal and download it in the IDE using the GetIt Package Manager


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Software Developer | B.Tech-CSE at AUT | Delphi/C++ Builder Enthusiast | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Microsoft Azure Certified | Udacity Alumni
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