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Nevron Software has released its .NET Vision 2012.1 data visualization component suite for .NET development with new ThinWeb chart and ThinWeb diagram controls. As well a selection of customary performance improvements, this new tool also features a custom-creation chart series, a triangulated surface series, web chart/diagram options as well as zoom, scroll, and panning functions.

"With this release we have introduced the brand new AJAX web controls — ThinWeb Chart and ThinWeb Diagram. The ThinWeb controls set new standards in client-side interactivity. They can be integrated in any server-side framework including ASP.NET WebForms and MVC, providing support for popular browsers such as IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera. Because the new ThinWeb Chart/Diagram controls are completely HTML/JavaScript based, no client-side plugins are required," says Ivo Milanov, CTO of Nevron Software.

Nevron Chart for .NET is a charting solution for web (ASP.NET / MVC) and Windows application development. Suitable for business, scientific, financial, or presentation applications, the product also works for dashboards and Business Intelligence solutions.

Nevron Diagram for .NET helps integrate and display diagrams and maps in .NET Windows forms and web (ASP.NET / MVC) applications. There are interactivity features, shapes, automatic layouts, and stunning visual effects.

Nevron User Interface for .NET is a suite of 70+ GUI components with a "flexible and extensible" docking panels library, command bars, skinning, and rich-text labels.

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