Android Chart Engine - aiCharts, is number one on Java charts market, designed and optimized for Android. It gives developer enormous advantage in compare to other Java charts engines which potentially can support Android. Native support of Android development environment, easy installation, complete set of tutorials and samples - all that makes integration with aiCharts simple whenever.
In several simple lines of code developers can achieve integration with charts. In few easy steps they can customize charts according to own application style. Modern visual representation of data gives freedom of creativeness and adds time for other important tasks. Great number of visual effects, transparency and custom drawing are supported.
Data binding make process of data visualization easy and fast, allowing filtering and attaching of several most common data formats, like: XML, arrays and database.
Support of XML templates made process of customization even easier then you can expect. Simple XML file with customizations can be placed in project and loaded when required data visualization. Several simple lines of code will remove all previous customization problems.
Technical support with subscription option guaranties that aiCharts will cover 100% of your use cases, will be fine tuned for your application, and will have all demanded features.
Tested on real hardware: Android G1 and G2, HTC Tattoo and Sony Ericsson x10 phones.
100% Managed Code
Right now aiCharts is the only one professional solution for Android. aiCharts is optimized for use on mobile devices. Low memory and CPU consumption allow long phone battery life. aiCharts aware of all mobile platform limitations and makes you forget about them.
aiCharts does not use any low level native libraries and is 100% safe for Android OS users, as it runs in completely safe managed environment of Dalvik Java VM.
Advanced Visual Customization
aiCharts customization provides freedom for your creativeness. Library provides several layers of customization. One of them is declarative. You can attach drawables (images) from Android application resources to layout XMLs in standard Android way. Second is real-time approach, which allows attaching of custom code during drawing: developer has full access to all aspects of drawing. Greatest freedom is in combination of code and style, so visual templates is third way of customization. You can create XML templates defining style and layout for visual representation of data, which are easily applied in one line of code making this way most preferable for customizations.