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Nevron Chart for .NET

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Nevron Chart for .NET

The industry leading charting and gauge components for WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET and MVC.
An advanced solution for any Business Intelligence, Financial or Scientific application.

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Nevron Chart for .NET
Advanced charts and gauges for desktop and web applications

Nevron Chart is the leading charting control for .NET. It easily integrates with WinForm, WPF, ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC projects.

Nevron Chart has a vast feature set that covers all 2D and 3D charting types and Gauges found in presentational, business, scientific, financial, real time monitoring, statistical, process control, BI, dashboard and other types of applications. The data visualization capabilities of the control are complemented with state of the art interactivity features like data zooming, scrolling, panning and hit testing. The blend of blazing fast performance, robustness, image quality and feature richness makes this control unique.

Some of the major features of the Chart control are:

  • Single API for the development of Desktop and Web apps
  • Unmatched hardware accelerated performance in 2D and 3D.
  • Complete set of 2D and 3D charting types (supports 170+ charting types).
  • Complete set of Gauges and KPIs.
  • Advanced chart axes model - categorical, linear, logarithmic, date time, timeline axes.
  • Built-in financial and statistical functions.
  • Non overlapping data and axis labels.
  • Resizable chart layout support with docking, anchoring, percentages etc.
  • Data Binding.
  • Interactivity - data zooming, data panning, axis scrolling, tooltips, hit testing etc.
  • Export to PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF, SVG, EMF, Flash, PDF and XAML formats
  • 400+ examples.

Customer Quotes:

QUOTE It may be of interest to you know that I selected Nevron charting component mostly based the examples demonstrating programmability, events, etc. We really didn't have the possibility to review in depth several graphing components (there are a lot of them) and all of them show pretty pictures, but from picture demos only you cannot tell about functionality and programmability inside the component engine.

Since Nevron examples demonstrated clicking, events, etc. I got the feeling that it offers a lot of freedom to the developer and you wouldn't be stuck with it at some later point in your development.
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Kari Hirvi
TietoSaab Systems