April 16th, 2014, 09:50 AM
Nevron announces the immediate availability of Nevron Vision for .NET 2014.1!
Wilmington, Delaware April 14, 2014 Nevron Software is proud to announce the immediate availability of Nevron Vision for .NET 2014.1: the award winning suite of data visualization controls for Server and Desktop .NET application development.
With this major release Nevron continues to innovate and solidify its leadership position in the .NET component based data visualization development by extending the capabilities delivered by the controls in the .NET Vision suite.
"With this release we have paid special attention to the performance of our controls" says Ivo Milanov, CTO of Nevron Software. "Our new hardware accelerated 2D and 3D graphics engine helps in applications that require advanced hardware graphics support, which wont suffer from the limitations of WPF graphics. This makes the controls suitable for applications needing real time data visualization aided by GPU power. In addition our set of controls now targets the full spectrum of .NET technologies under the Windows platform WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET and MVC from a single code base. This is a great achievement that allows developers to create both Desktop and Server applications from a single code base, without any compromise in feature set or performance."
Get started with Nevron Vision for .NET 2014.1 today:
Download Trial (including 800+ charting, diagramming & UI examples) - https://www.nevron.com/download-downloads.aspx
Read the Online Documentation - https://www.nevron.com/support-onlin...mentation.aspx
Review the Live Demos - https://www.nevron.com/support-online-live-demos.aspx
Order - https://www.nevron.com/orders-order.aspx
The following list gives a brief overview of the new features and improvements implemented in this release:
Hardware accelerated rendering
Both the Chart and Diagram controls in the suite have been extended to support hardware accelerated rendering. In addition both controls feature additional performance improvements. This makes them ideal for high-speed data acquisition software, oscilloscopes, signal analyzers, scientific charting, GIS, medical, Big Data BI and other real-time data visualization applications.
Target the full spectrum of .NET technologies
Along with WinForms, MVC and ASP.NET, Nevron Chart now contains a WPF control as well, allowing developers to target the full spectrum of .NET technologies from a single code base.
Data storage optimized
The Chart data storage has been redesigned for better performance, ease of data import and visualization of large amounts of data.
Several million data points on surface chart
The Chart Surface Series have been improved to handle large data sets (in the order of several million of data points).
Fine-tuned desktop interactivity
The Chart Desktop interactivity has been improved to support animated zooming, axis element hit testing and more efficient panel selection.
Custom markers on any chart
Until recently only some of the 170+chart types we offer supported custom markers. With this major release things changed and now all Chart Series have been extended to support custom data markers.
Label and legend item improvements
Legend and Data label texts support has been improved with the addition of several properties allowing the user to control the text wrapping and maximum width of texts.
Fine-tuned ThinWeb interactivity
ThinWeb Chart and Diagram controls interactivity has been slightly improved with the addition of better mouse capture functionality and new interactivity tools.
About Nevron Software
Founded in 1998, Nevron Software is a component vendor specialized in the development of premium presentation layer solutions for .NET based technologies. Today Nevron has established itself as the trusted partner worldwide for use in .NET LOB applications, SharePoint portals and Reporting solutions. Nevron technology is used by many Fortune 500 companies, large financial institutions, global IT consultancies, academic institutions, governments and non-profits.
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