DataArt NETChart 1.4 ASP.NET script

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  • Version: 1.4
  • File size: 0 KB
  • File name: NETChart%201.4%20FW%202.0%20ASP.NET.msi
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  • Platform: Windows
  • Language: ASP.NET
  • Price:Free Trial (299)
  • Company: DataArt, Inc. (View more)

DataArt NETChart 1.4 script description:




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DataArt NETChart is an affordable and fully functional solution for graphical reporting and representation of massive numeric data. DataArt NETChart is an affordable and fully functional solution for graphical reporting and representation of massive numeric data.

The NETChart framework is implemented on pure C#, and is fully integrated with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. It supports 35 types of mostly used charts with 3D effect, including Bar and Column graphs, Pie and Donut graphs, Scatter Line and Logarithmic Line graphs and many other graph types.

NETChart architecture based on proven design patterns. System core includes high-performance reusable DataArt NETChart Engine component, providing base chart rendering services.

DataArt NETChart Engine exposes general documented public API and supports plug-in based interface for charts modules. All the out of the shelf charts are implemented as plug-in modules and it is possible to create additional custom types of charts for customers needs.

DataArt NETChart Engine is available for Microsoft .NET 1.1 and Microsoft .NET 2.0. It is integrated with both ASP.NET and WinForms.NET delivery technologies and fully integrated into Microsoft Visual Studio 2003 and 2005 development infrastructure. System uses the same code base, and therefore all the versions are functionally equivalent with no regards to platform and technology of delivery.

General NETChart Features
- 100% Microsoft .NET managed code
- Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 native support
- Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 native support
- Side-by-side installation of versions for .NET 1.1 and 2.0
- ASP .NET support
- WinForms.NET support
- Plug-in based modular chart architecture
- Open API for custom graph design and implementation
- MSDN-styled Help System with code snippets
- Merge module for Microsoft Windows Installer
DataArt NETChart 1.4 is a ASP.NET script for Graphs and Charts scripts design by DataArt, Inc.. It runs on following operating system: Windows.

Operating system:
Windows

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