Chart FX for Java Developer: Don't let a budget stand between you and your Java development goals.

Chart FX for Java Developer: Don't let a budget stand between you and your Java development goals.

Overview

Chart FX for Java Developer is a non-expiring, full development version of Chart FX for Java Server that allows the development of charts, gauges, maps and statistical studies for the Java environment. All features, documentation, platform support and functions are exactly the same as the full version (barring deployment).

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2 Versions, 1 Rich History

  • Chart FX 7 for Java Developer (Java 1.5+ Users)

    Chart FX 7 for Java Developer builds on the enterprise-quality technology base of Chart FX for Java 6.5 Developer by adding a framework-independent, Ajax-based runtime UI which will allow your charts, maps and statistical representations to provide rich user interface elements that have zero footprint or plugin requirements. We've also streamlined the API to made it more developer-centric and intuitive.

  • Chart FX for Java 6.5 Developer (Java 1.3+ Users)

    Chart FX for Java 6.5 Developer features the enterpise-quality charting engine trusted by developers for over 15 years. This rich history has lead to Chart FX for Java Server being named 'among the best 4 products in the world' by JDJ's readers.

Features

Chart FX for Java Developer has exactly the same featureset as the flagship Chart FX for Java Server, in a development-only package. With Chart FX for Java Developer you get the added benefit of a lower up-front financial investment.

Small Initial Financial Commitment

Whether you are producing a proof of concept, a prototype, a demo or a stunning data visualization solution, you can do it without the need to commit significant financial resources up front.

Design-Time Development Environment

With the Chart FX for Java Designer you can configure the look and feel of your charts in a familiar design-time environment, where changes are automatically applied to the chart so you can see exactly what the chart is going to look like. The Chart FX for Java Designer seamlessly integrates with NetBeans and Eclipse to provide a complete development experience.

Flexibility

Chart FX for Java Server allows you to develop your Java data visualization solution using your preferred development environment. The result will run on on most popular Java Application Servers, including IBM WebSphere, Apache Tomcat, BEA WebLogic, Oracle AS, Macromedia JRun, ColdFusion MX, Orion, JBoss, Resin and many more.

Easy Migration Path

When you're ready to deploy, you can easily migrate to the full version of Chart FX for Java Server, without changing a single line of code. The full version includes both a production server license and a test server license.

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Resources

  • View Online Demos
  • Dashboard Reference Application

    Dashboard Reference Application

    View a live demonstration of a Chart FX for Java 6.5-powered dashboard reference application.

    To install this reference application on a local machine, simply deploy this zip file to your local server.

  • Create Interactive Ajax Charts with Chart FX 7 for Java

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    Tomas Tezak, Chart FX for Java product manager, presents a video that shows you just how easy it is to create a fully-interactive, Ajax-enabled chart using Chart FX 7 for Java and NetBeans.

  • Samples & Resource Center

    View samples, the Programmer's Guide and the Chart FX for Java API.

  • NetBeans Strategic Partner

    Software FX is Now a NetBeans Strategic Partner

    By combining Chart FX and NetBeans, developers are able to utilize the 500+ properties and dynamic features, from contextual menus and toolbars to advanced business dashboards that combine charts, gauges and maps for a rich user experience.

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