It was created by ZingSoft in San Diego, California.
Thomas_Powell_ is the lead architect of the product. The product was first demonstrated and thought up in the early 2000s while making software to track users mouse movement on a web page. The idea became viable when the team had made an internal charting library for their mouse tracking analytics software. ZingChart was later released in 2009 as a multi-render library exporting charts in SVG, Canvas and Flash (VML).
Unlike many software products, it isn't developed at a well known tech location, such as Silicon Valley. The company is based in the smaller sister city of San Diego. While the company is based in San Diego, the product is used globally having users based in the US, India, China and South Korea.
ZingChart is free to use. Licenses are required to remove branding. The source code of ZingChart can be downloaded and used under the branded licensing.
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