Nevron Chart for WinForms

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Nevron Chart for WinForms

The industry leading .NET charting component for WinForms desktop applications.
An advanced solution for any Business Intelligence, Financial or Scientific application.

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Nevron Chart for WinForms
Advanced data visualization and real-time charting for Windows Forms applications

Nevron WinForms Chart sets the standards for WinForms charting controls by delivering advanced charting features, rich interactivity features coupled with unmatched performance and impressive visual looks.

The WinForms Chart component supports virtually all 2D and 3D charting types and is suitable for a wide range of applications including business, scientific, statistical, financial, real time monitoring, measurement, BI and others. In addition it also allows for the visualization of instrumentation panels, such as Linear and Radial Gauges, numeric displays and state indicators, making it suitable for the display of KPI’s or the creation of digital dashboards.

Some of the key WinForms related features of the control are:

  • Ability to leverage the video board hardware acceleration. The control delivers unmatched performance and is suitable for a wide range of real time monitoring and other performance critical applications.

  • Unmatched interactivity features – the control supports interactive data zooming, data panning, data stepping, data scrolling, tooltips, hit testing and others.

  • Build in UI components and visual editors – chart editor, chart wizard, chart toolbar and chart grid are included in the win forms edition of the control.

  • Advanced built-in printing and print - preview support.

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