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Nevron Vision for .NET

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Nevron Vision for .NET

The leading data visualization components for desktop and web development in a single package.
All you need to create advanced digital dashboards, reports, diagrams and MMI interfaces.
Including:

Dot net vision bar chartdot net round gaugeDot net organizational chartDot net world mapDot net docking panels
THE SUITE
CHART
GAUGE
DIAGRAM
MAP
UI

Nevron Vision for .NET
Advanced data visualization for desktop and web applications

Nevron Vision for .NET offers the most comprehensive set of components for building enterprise-grade data visualization applications that target both the web and the desktop.

The components in this suite feature coherent 2D and 3D data visualization effects that have a great visual impact on the audience. We have also implemented a large set of data visualization techniques and innovations to maximize the clarity of the visualized data and to make it more comprehensive for the viewer.

The components are built upon a common framework, thus minimizing the learning curve needed to get started with them as a whole. The common framework also ensures consistent features, performance, polished API and other benefits that are a product of over a decade of refinement.

Nevron Vision for .NET includes the following component libraries:

Nevron Chart for .NET

Nevron Gauge for .NET (part of the Chart Enterprise edition)

Nevron Diagram for .NET

Nevron Map for .NET (part of the Diagram Enterprise edition)

Nevron User Interface for .NET


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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