Today's competitive market demands more functionality and better looking user interfaces at a lower cost.
Adding charts to your application will provide your end-users with ability to quickly analyze their data
and increase the value of your software.
WebCharts3D is an innovative development toolkit that offers flexibility for all
aspects of rich-client and web-based charting requirements and provides a complete,
single-source solution for data visualization. Many of the world's most successful companies rely
on our products to lower the cost of developing and
deploying mission critical applications while enhancing the value of their enterprise data.
A 100% Java J2EE compliant state of the art visualization package, WebCharts3D was
designed for the professional software developers who work with JSP, JSF,
SWT and/or Swing interfaces.
It provides general purpose and specialized 2- and 3-dimensional charts, gauges, and maps of the world, regions and leading industrial countries, and incorporates
the innovative technology that allows it to deliver charts as applets or
animated interactive server-generated images
to the web browsers and mobile devices in multiple formats (Flash, SVG, PDF, PNG, JPEG, TIFF, WBMP, GIF, VML, Canvas) as
well as to include charts as a part of Swing or SWT based applications.
Rich set of API functions and
transparent XML based formats allow WebCharts3D to be easily embedded into any
- Financial reports
- Management reports
- Performance reports
- Executive dashboards
WebCharts3D software includes the following components:
- Chart Designer
- A WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Chart Designer that will help you to define chart styles, view styles XSD Schema and DTD, generate XML and/or Java code, bind charts to datasources, view recommended JSP or custom tags code, deploy code to the server, and export and preview charts in a variety of formats.
Swing-based Designer component,a simplified version of Chart Designer, can be incorporated into your applications
to provide your users with chart editing capabilities in WYSIWYG mode.
- Client-side components
- Client-side components include standard Swing and SWT components that can be used within the corresponding framework
to embed charts into rich client applications.
- Server-side components
- Server-side components include JSP and JSF components that can be used with any J2EE application server to embed
server-generated interactive charts into web applications.
WebCharts3D JSF Support
WebCharts3D fully supports
JavaServer Faces Technology by providing a JSF compliant UI components and custom tag
library for including JSF interface inside JSP pages. The editing UI components can be
imported into a number of JSF-enabled visual designers including Sun Java Studio Creator.
For more information about JSF tag please refer to JSF Tag Guide.
WebCharts3D Eclipse Plugin
WebCharts3D Eclipse Plugin is a WebCharts3D Designer plugin for Eclipse. It supports standard
WebCharts3D project files and can be use to create and edit charts and to generate required Java, JSP and JSF
code. The plugin requires JRE v 1.4.x or above and Eclipse 3.1.x or above.
For more information about plugin please refer to WebCharts3D Eclipse Plugin Guide.
- Short learning curve - User-friendly Designer and transparent XML formats eliminate
the need for extensive up front training, resulting in instant productivity and lower total cost of ownership.
By automatically generating required code, WebCharts3D makes it possible even for the developers with limited experience in Java
technologies to drive the chart development process without the need for time-consuming, complex and costly development.
- Perfomance and scalability - WebCharts3D was designed for peak performance and
incorporates sophisticated caching and resource management algorithms that allow the product to
provide high performance even in the most demanding environments.
- Enterprise Ready - J2EE compiant solution, WebCharts3D run seamlessly within
all major J2EE application servers including WebLogic, WebSphere, IPlanet, JRun, JBoss, Tomcat and others.