Advanced JavaScript Charting Framework by Shield UI

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Shield UI, a leading UI component vendor, is pleased to announce three new server-side wrappers for ASP.NET, MVC and Java Wicket for their chart JavaScript component.

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Shield UI, a leading UI component vendor, has just expanded its product offering, by adding server-side wrappers for ASP.NET, MVC and Java Wicket for their chart JavaScript component.

The Shield UI Chart belongs to a line of data visualization components, suitable for developers who want to embed powerful graphics in their web projects with minimum effort. It is built on top of the latest HTML5 and CSS3 technologies, and is available as a jQuery plugin, making it easy to use and maintain. In addition to the JavaScript client side chart component, ShieldUI recently released server side wrappers for ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC and Java Wicket. This allows developers to use the product in different platforms and development environments, and build modern HTML5 apps that contain powerful graphics, without coding a single line of JavaScript. The server side components can be used in the most popular development environments and empower developers to quickly deliver vast amounts of functionality. There is no surprise that such tools are now a necessity for the web developer, eager to build a functionality-packed, eye-catching project in a short amount of time.

Compared with other popular charting libraries, Shield UI is very similar in terms of its functionality and interface, which makes it very intuitive and easy to understand for any developer using it for the first time. The components have a large set of functionalities and properties, which covers most of the data visualization scenarios. The rich customization options allow developers to build eye-catching graphs, bringing the desired look and feel to any web project. From simple things like changing the appearance, to complex scenarios involving internationalization or processing client events, Shield UI provides extensive tailoring abilities to developers.

The charting components come at a competitive price, which lines it up among the most affordable offerings on the market. More information can be found in the purchasing section on the company’s website. The component license is based on a yearly subscription that includes access to the latest product versions as well as 24/7 support directly from the product developers. The company also offers custom pricing for volume licenses, depending on the size of the development team, and flexible support packages based on the response time.

Anyone interested in testing and evaluating the Shield UI Chart can download a trial version of the component from the company’s website – http://www.shieldui.com. A good starting point for all audiences would be the demos section, displaying a rich variety of examples and the full source code used to run each example. Another location would be the documentation section, where one can find different tutorials, explanation topics and the complete API reference.

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