Graphics Server .NET 2.5 Released with Widgets

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Graphics Server Technologies, LP announced today that it has released Graphics Server .NET 2.5. This new upgrade provides innovative new capabilities including interactive Designers and Widgets for .NET and ASP.NET developers.

Graphics Server Technologies, LP announced today that it has released Graphics Server .NET 2.5. This new upgrade provides innovative new capabilities including interactive Designers and Widgets for .NET and ASP.NET developers.

Widgets add a variety of new graph types including gauge, meter, slider, thermometer, stoplight and LED. Designers are interactive popup editors that allow developers to manipulate the properties of Widget and Chart objects from within Visual Studio’s design time environment.

Graphics Server has long been an asset to developers all over the world. It’s extensive capabilities and functioning are what make it a powerful and comprehensive toolkit, while its low cost and simple licensing make it affordable and easy to own.

“The release of Graphics Server .NET 2.5 continues over 10 years of innovative graphing tools for Windows developers” said David Johnson, President of Graphics Server Technologies, L.P.    Â“Our original Graphics Server product shipped with Windows 3.1 and we are proud to continue the tradition of producing value-packed technology components for Windows developers” continued Mr. Johnson.

Graphics Server technology has won many awards from industry editors and readers over the years. In addition, the technology has been OEM’d by many leading technology companies, including Microsoft, Borland, Gupta, Cognos, ESRI, Liveware, and Wall Data.

Graphics Server .NET 2.5 is priced at $899 per developer and requires no additional server licenses for applications deployed on the Web. Upgrades from previous versions of Graphics Server are priced at $499. The no server license approach is virtually unique in the niche, where most competitors require expensive licenses and the associated administrative headaches.

More information about Graphics Server can be found at http://www.graphicsserver.com.

Graphics Server Technologies can be reached at P.O. Box 4545, Seattle, WA 98104 and (206) 625-6900.

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