ComponentOne Chart now features 64-bit support for better performance and larger memory allocation.
ComponentOne Chart provides hundreds of properties and methods to create an unlimited variety of charts with variations of color, style annotations, and perspectives, including: Bar, Pie, Area, Line, Polar, Ribbon, Bubble, 3D Scatter, and many more. ComponentOne Chart supports data binding to any data source, allows you to use bitmap or metafiles as background images, and even supports exporting the charts in JPG and PNG formats.
ComponentOne Chart is 64-bit compatible. Applications targeting 64-bit experience better performance with larger available memory allocation. This means you can process larger datasets into charts more efficiently because a 64-bit system can maintain a much larger cache of data in memory.
ComponentOne has provided a wide range of Microsoft Visual Studio components, IDE platform development tools and applications for over 22 years. This includes ComponentOne Studio Enterprise, which represents a broad and complete set of tools and solutions for Microsoft Windows, Web and Mobile application developers. ComponentOne has continued leadership in the Microsoft Visual Studio component industry and is a premier partner of Microsoft. It also offers ComponentOne SharePoint Web Parts, custom Web Parts that enable you to deliver rich, compelling SharePoint sites without writing a line of code; ComponentOne Doc-To-Help, a long-recognized product for technical communicators who write and develop Help systems; and ComponentOne DemoWorks, a screen recording tool to produce WMV, Flash, GIF, AVI, EXE and Java files.
ComponentOne has received numerous industry and user accolades including awards from SDTimes, The Code Project, TechWeb, Software Development Magazine, Visual Studio Magazine, Society for Technical Communication and SQL Server Magazine.
Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, ComponentOne is a privately held company with offices throughout the world.
出版月份 Development Tool News & Software Component News, 3月 20, 2010