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KavaChart  KavaChart

 KavaChart provides an extensive set of tools for building all sorts of charts in a JSP or servlet environment. This includes an intelligent, Struts-friendly, taglib that separates your data sources from your presentation layer. A GUI editor lets you create and edit all sorts of chart styles, which can be applied to any of KavaChart`s more than 50 chart types. KavaChart also includes a charting library, and a collection of server-side beans to generate dynamic charts....

jspChart  jspChart

 jspChart is an JAVA Component that allows you to create a dynamic chart. It supports any standard graphs formats: bar, line, surface, arc of a circle, etc, and is possible to create the graph from a database....
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3D Stacked Vertical Bar Graph Software  3D Stacked Vertical Bar Graph Software

 3D Stacked Bar Graph provides both a client and server side solution for the incorporation of bar graphs into web pages. Versatile components enable web authors and Java developers to easily build and publish dynamic and interactive bar graphs....

Cewolf  Cewolf

 Cewolf (Chart Enabling Web Object Framework) can be used inside a Servlet/JSP based web application to embed complex graphical charts of all kinds (e.g. line, pie, bar chart, plots, etc.) into a web page. Therefore it provides a full featured tag library to define all properties of the chart (colors, strokes, legend, etc.). Thus the JSP which embedds the chart is not polluted with any java code. Everything is described with XML conform tags. Cewolf is based on JFreeChart and uses it`s rendering engine to render the final chart image into the clients response stream. No files are created on server side. Everything is based on lightweight session objects and dynamic data analysis....

RChart Servlet  RChart Servlet

 The servlet component of rchart can read data from URL`s, paramaters or databases (JDBC) and create more than 18 different types of charts. The servlet can create image maps so that your charts become interactive. It requires almost no programming in your jsp pages. Source code is available....
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ChartDirector (Java Edition)  ChartDirector (Java Edition)

 ChartDirector is a fast and powerful charting component suitable for JSP, Servlets, Applets and desktop Java applications. It`s unique layering architecture enables you to synthesize the charts you want using standard chart layers. ChartDirector`s comprehensive chart styles include pie, donut, bar, line, spline, step line, trend line, curve-fitting, inter-line filling, area, band, scatter, bubble, floating box, box-whisker, waterfall, contour, heat map, surface, vector, finance, gantt, radar, polar, rose, pyramid, cone, funnel, angular and linear meters and guages. Charts are interactive with full suite of mouse events, tool tips, clickable chart objects, and "drag to zoom" and "drag to scroll" features. AJAX enabled. Specially designed graphics subsystem allows ChartDirector to run on headless servers without requiring headless support. Includes SWING controls for client side applications. 100% pure Java. Easy to use and with comprehensive documentation and sample ...

WebCharts3D for Java  WebCharts3D for Java

 Deliver general purpose and specialized 2- and 3-dimensional charts as applets or interactive server-generated images (PNG, GIF, JEG, SWF, SVG, PDF, TIF, WBMP) to web browsers and mobile devices, or embed charts into stand-alone Swing applications. WebCharts3D software includes WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) designer that can be easily incorporated into your own applications to provide your end-users with chart editing capabilities....

FreeWebBarChart4J  FreeWebBarChart4J

 The FreeWebBarChart4J is a free Java component that encompasses a wide range of functionalities aimed at data visualization and analysis, FreeWebBarChart4Jcan be easily integrated into Java web applications and applets. The following list gives you an overview of the benefits of using FreeWebBarChart4J Powerful: Many configuration (new markup language for labels) and interactive features and charts. Flexible: It can be used in many scenarios, as applet, servlet /JSP Easy of use: charts can be created with cero Java programming. Low requirements: requires JDK 1.1 or later Free...
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FusionCharts - Data-driven Flash charts for JSP  FusionCharts - Data-driven Flash charts for JSP

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Flash Charts Pro - JSP Charting, dynamic data-driven charts for JSP apps.  Flash Charts Pro - JSP Charting, dynamic data-driven charts for JSP apps.

 Flash Charts Pro allows you to add dynamic, data-driven and animated Flash charts & graphs to your JSP applications. You do NOT need to know Flash in order to fully utilize all the great potential of Flash Charts Pro. There is NO database preference; you can use any you like. Very easy to use and integrate. Add compact, visually-arresting 2D/3D charts & graphs to your web pages and JSP applications. Youll have full control over styles and data output of 30+ chart types included in the pack. There are pie, bar, line, bubble, candlestick, scatter, area charts and much more! End-users and visitors dont need to install anything as Flash is industry standard! Flash Charts Pro ideal for web applications, reporting solutions, presentations, dashboards etc. anywhere where power charting and representative looks are required! Flash Charts Pro compatible with many scripting languages like ASP, ASP .NET, PHP, JSP etc. as it uses XML for styling and data load. Must have pack! Give it a try...

Create Interactive, data-driven Charts with Ajax and Chart FX 7 for Java  Create Interactive, data-driven Charts with Ajax and Chart FX 7 for Java

 Learn how to visualize data in your JSP web applications with the help of the fully ajax enabled controls provided by Chart FX. This short tutorial video, provides step-by-step instructions on how to bind your charts to a datasource and how to configure the chart to achieve effective and attractive displays that are not only dynamic but also fully interactive....

 

 

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