Antanas Marcelionis created in 2004 first version of amMap, an interactive map, the predecessor of the current mapping product line. In 2006, Antanas left his job to focus on this hobby. But it took several months to release first version of a pie chart as a product.
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You can download and use all amCharts products for free. The only limitation of the free version is that a small link to their web site will be displayed in the top left corner of your charts. Purchase a commercial license to remove this link and support its creators.
Featured Version: 3
Reference local scripts from the library downloaded locally. The whole library, or parts of the library, can be also referenced from remote CDN Internet script files, and you'll have nothing to download.
amCharts offers five built-in predefined themes: Light, Dark, Black, Chalk and Patterns. Patterns is a monochrome black-and-white theme using built-in hatch backgrounds. Chalk is an interesting specific theme imitating the chalkboard, with "shaking" lines and series borders. It renders SVG and 3D charts. Each of these themes - except Patterns - uses a specific built-in predefined color template.