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Woah. This is in the Product Showcase section, which is where articles are placed describing products by CodeProject's premium sponsors. This is meant soley to sell software, and is completely allowed.
As for Dundas Chart for ASP.NET, you've obviously never used it or you wouldn't be saying that.
you know for a person that likes to argue, you sure dont post alot... 3 total messages, he has no profile no nothing, I bet he never heard of 'buying' products. His sources are probably some unknown ftp site, warez site or even kazaa, thats why he thinks its spam.
Anywayz great product, other then the fact that you got one bad comment doesn't mean anything, one question though... do the charts always repeat, or can you make them only be rendered once? Also great graphics, especially for asp.net.
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The charts in this article were designed to repeat. The chart has a RepeatAnimation property that controls the repeating of all animation sequences as well as a Repeat property for each sequence. In the above examples, the Chart.RepeatAnimation property was set to true.
Thanks for the question.
Dundas Chart for .NET
Dundas is a big supporter of this site, and as David Wulff pointed out, this IS the "product showcase" section. I'd probably delete my post if I were you, just as an apology, or at least delete the rant. I hate spam as much as the next person, believe me.
I've heard good stuff about Dundas software, too; I hope to get my boss to buy it for a reporting application I have to do at work. It's so good that Microsoft chose Dundas to do the charting code for the new version of SQL Server reporting services. I still haven't gotten a chance to play with it myself, but if you go to their site there are samples of the graphs you can make with their software. It's obviously had lots of decent work put into it.