Manco.Chart for Compact Framework is the perfect solution to add the most advanced, feature rich charts to the applications written for .NET Compact Framework platform (Windows Mobile). Over 25 major 2D charts are available, such as traditional area, bar, column, line and pie charts, financial bars and Japanese candlesticks, Kagi and Renko charts and others. Flexible areas filling, scaling, legends, grid, context menus, and drill-down. Manco.Chart for Compact Framework allows using data from the XML, array of doubles, DataTable and Data View object. Package includes chart control itself, demo applicationl, and arts to decorate chart area. Manco.Chart for CF is written entirely in managed code. All error handling reports carried through .NET exception classes. Object-oriented design is created specifically for the .NET Compact Framework. 100% Unicode support. Chart can be used with C#, VB.NET, and Managed C++. The layout (titles, fonts, colors, labels escapement etc) is flexible and can be changed at any time, so you can easily manage the style of your chart. Rich chart settings API allows you manage chart appearance from your code. Chart Themes that are the real chart building blocks allows you and your users create and load predefined (favorite) chart appearance. Ability to reload chart data on the fly allows you creating of the dynamic charts.
Manco.Chart for Compact Framework is a free trial software application from the Components & Libraries subcategory, part of the Development category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2008-11-07. The program can be installed on Windows CE, Windows Mobile 2005.
Manco.Chart for Compact Framework (version 18.104.22.168) has a file size of 1.24 MB and is available for download from our website.
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