Software FX Releases Chart FX for Visual Studio 2005

In conjunction with the release of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, Software FX is offering Chart FX for Visual Studio 2005 where integrated development environment integration and easy deployment are large aspects of this new incarnation of one of the leading data visualization and charting solution for developers. Chart FX for Visual Studio 2005 offers unprecedented integration to Visual Studio 2005 Smart Tags, out-of-band callbacks and Visual Studio 2005 themes. This will allow developers to easily connect to data sources, create and configure charts that are fully integrated with other elements and controls and quickly and effectively deploy these charts in complex computing environments.

Although most developers actively use third-party components as part of their applications and solutions, the complexities and the different integration mechanisms offered can challenge adoption and developer productivity. While Chart FX for Visual Studio 2005 can be as complex as developers require, Software FX has redesigned almost all aspects of Chart FX, including but not limited to the application program interface (API), IDE integration, documentation, visuals and deployment capabilities to assure that achieving common tasks is as simple as working with any other feature of Visual Studio 2005, such as a calendar or a grid. With 13 years of experience in the data visualization market and hundreds of thousands of customers, Software FX understands that many developers do not need more complexity in their components and solutions but an easier way to integrate and exploit these tools.

In addition, Software FX is also releasing Chart FX Visual Studio 2005 extensions, which allow developers to add specific functionality for complex data visualization and charting needs in areas such as Financial, Business Intelligence, Statistical, Mapping and Gauges. Having these options makes Chart FX and Visual Studio 2005 a good solution for developers to build enterprise-grade dashboards.

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