Posts tagged with 'charts'
ComponentOne Studio 2015 V1 has been released. We are pleased to introduce a new ASP.NET MVC edition which has a set of modern UI controls built upon the latest cutting edge technologies like HTML5, CSS3, ECMA5 without making compromises to support legacy browsers. Inside ComponentOne ASP.NET MVC you will find fast and lightweight controls ranging from data management to data visualization, project templates, and professionally designed themes. These controls are very easy to use and support various server side actions, you can take advantage of the controls at client side using the rich client side API. Get your copy of ComponentOne Studio and select MVC to install the all new ASP.NET MVC edition.
In our last blog, we saw how ActiveReports9 Server was successful in impressing the Store Manager and the IT Personnel. Hence they decided to consider the product for their next level of POC and see if it meets met their higher level requirements.
Wijmo Enterprise 2014v3 has officially landed. We have made some major updates to our brand new Wijmo 5 product. We have also added major new widgets and features to our Wijmo 3 and SpreadJS products.
The C1Finance sample is a stock ticker application that uses a line chart to visualize stock history. We recently released a Candlestick chart which is unique to this type of application.
In the 2014 v1 release we introduced Candlestick Chart.This chart can be used for data visualization in various financial applications, a common case for a candlestick chart is to show price movements of a stock. Let's see how we can use the new candlestick chart to show stock prices.
Charts have always been an important component which gives the flexibility to analyze and visualize data. On great demand of Spread customers, we have introduced Charts in Spread for Silverlight and WPF.
Did you know that you can create a flashy data visualization on a map without needing a real mapping control?
Wijmo Chart provides a large range of options for customizing its appearance according to user requirements. In this blog, I have provided the code snippets for few common requirements as mentioned below.