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License: Fully Function Evaluation version
Technologies: C# (C#2.0, C#3.0, C#, C#4.0), VB (VB8.0, VB9.0, VB, VB10.0), Windows (WinXP, Vista, Windows, Win7), .NET (.NET2.0, .NET3.0, .NET3.5, .NET, .NET4), ASP.NET, WebForms, Ajax
Last Updated: 28 Apr 2010

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Developer Express, Inc.
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Address 1:
801 N. Brand Blvd. Ste 850
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United States

ASP.NET Gauge and Dashboard Controls - DevExpress ASPxGauges for ASP.NET AJAX

Developer Express

The ASPxGauges Suite ships with over 150 built-in presets and is extremely easy
to easy in fact, that all you need to do is drop a control onto a form.
You won't have to manually create elements, customize their appearance, size and
layout. Simply choose the template you like best, bind your control to data and
voila – you are ready to go.

Easily Build Digital Dashboards

If your objective is to create a digital dashboard with multiple gauges, the ASPxGauges
offers you a unique feature designed to save you and your team hours of work. You
can place multiple gauges into one container and enable automatic arrangement. The
container will determine the best possible gauge layout for its current size and
proportions. If you resize your form, gauges are proportionally resized and their
layout is updated so that they use form space most efficiently.

Note that gauges can be freely resized while maintaining the highest level of quality,
since the ASPxGauges Suite uses vector graphics for all gauge types.

Full Source Code Available

Like our other Visual Studio component libraries, the ASPxGauges Suite can be purchased
with full source code (including design-time code). The suite ships with comprehensive
documentation together with demo applications so you can hit the ground running
and deliver stunning gauges with your next WinForms application.


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