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Highcharts 1.0

Rating:        Based on 4 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 9961
Change Set: 15908
Released: Dec 28, 2011
Updated: Feb 11, 2012 by testmyo
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Highcharts .Net is a near feature-complete C# library for integrating interactive charts from the Highcharts javascript charting library into ASP .Net websites.

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The Library comes with support for V2.1.9 of the Javascript library and is currently compatible with ASP .NET version 3.5 and above. However using it with ASP 2.0 projects should be as simple as rebuilding the project with the correct target framework (please note, the web project containing samples may not work under other target frameworks). The sample web project contains a number of examples indicating the usage of various properties and features of Highcharts .Net

The project also comes with its own implementation of an AJAX dasource which enables you to add an AJAX source with a single line of code. It comes with a default javascript implementation which you can change if you wish to. Using the default AJAX datasource implementation requires you to use jQuery >= V1.4.1 in your project since it uses the in-built parseJSON function (which was introduced in that particular version of jQuery).

Reviews for this release

This is definitely the easiest and best wrapper for MVC3 on highcharts js. Works like a charm and the presentation is just cool. Kudos to all involved
by vishnoor on Aug 9, 2012 at 7:43 AM
Can you specifiy the version on the page? Now which versions are supported?
by lscaiyong on Jan 26, 2012 at 8:39 AM
Great job and nice initiative. The project is getting pretty cool
by felipeaniceto on Jan 20, 2012 at 6:10 PM
Great job!!! Thank you for making it freely available and open source! Congratulations!
by andreazevedo on Jan 20, 2012 at 4:45 PM