".NET Chart: Xceed Chart for ASP.NET"
||January 21, 2008
||August 27, 2010
||1.x, 2.0, 3.0
Using Xceed Chart for ASP.NET, you can create spectacular charts in your ASP.NET projects with the fastest-rendering 2D/3D chart component available on the market. It features extensive ASP.NET support, including chart streaming, image maps and response, server-side events with postback, persistent states, script injection, browser detection, and automatic temporary file cleanup. It provides all the chart types and capabilities you will ever need.
With new features such as data binding support (DataAdapters and DataSets) and a data binding wizard and methods for converting between view coordinates and chart model coordinates, the latest version of Xceed Chart for ASP.NET brings new innovations to the table.
With Xceed Chart for ASP.NET, you only pay for the number of developers working with the component. Some companies make you pay on a per-server basis, sometimes charging for deployment to test servers. Even worse, some companies even charge on a per-CPU basis! Xceed’s unlimited-server pricing model translates to great savings and fewer administrative hassles when compared to our competitors.
Xceed Chart for ASP.NET gives you more than stunning charts. Under the hood is a powerful 3D OpenGL chart renderer which generates charts at startling speed and allows you to apply 3D lighting and special scene effects to your charts. The latest version sports a 2D/3D rendering engine that has been optimized for speed and memory usage. Other improvements allow the display of 2D and 3D point charts in OpenGL with thousands of data points.
New in version 4.0 of Xceed Chart for ASP.NET is “out-of-process” rendering. This is a fail-safe type of rendering designed for web servers requiring high levels of security and robustness. This feature allows you to separate the chart initialization from the chart rendering on the server.
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