ASP.Net/WF : New built-in .Net Charting control

I was always for a “built-in” support of features in modern development environment. Even if it comes in basic form, we, as programmers, should have ability to do “basic” stuff without 3rd party involvement.

There are plenty of 3rd party solutions on the market which would help you include some kind of charting support with your ASP pages and WinForms applications – ChartFX, ComponentArt’s Charting, Dundas Chart – these are just few from many available on the market today.

As it turned out, Microsoft has decided to add out-of-the-box support for Charting as well – <asp:chart runat=”server”/>.
Read about it here – New ASP.NET Charting Control: <asp:chart runat=”server”/> by Scott Guthrie – everything you need to know about the .Net 3.5 framework new addition.

For  additional information also visit Alex Gorev’s blog.

Note 1: Even though caption says it is ASP.Net solution, in the original you would find link to WinForms sample as well.
Note 2: Do not worry about Dundas copyright – “Microsoft acquired Dundas Data Visualization Intellectual Property in April 2007.”

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One thought on “ASP.Net/WF : New built-in .Net Charting control”

  1. Mansour says:

    I have StackedColumn chart, small vlaues on label came above and near together, means it doesnt set to its place

    how can i set every label to its place , for example if label has few value 2 % its coming above and also its label height came so small

    below is screen shot for the chart, the labels come near together to above ones. there is one label takes 98 % and other one 2 % . the one 2 % appeasr so small and also the number comes above it.

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