Published by eMarkSoft Inc. on 22 Sep 2017
"Creating server side customizing charts."Do you need some server side data visualization component? Do you feel the "STANDARD" LINE,BAR,PIE charts are not enough to show your own professional data? Try Active Server Image, which provides a canvas by the size you specified, and you can draw any graphing by ASP scipt with your complex data.
(ASI) is a powerful graphics component to create server side professionally looking charts in PNG,JPEG,BMP format for Microsoft ASP. ASI is specially designed to generate custom industrial design, manufacture, business, medical, chemical charts for Microsoft ASP. It handles multiple concurrent requests quickly, while its light weight design consumes only a small amount of system resources. Make possible by the versatile object-oriented.
Fast, Flexible, Easy to Use, ASI is a charting and graphics component for web servers and for embedding in applications.
By supporting UTF8 (Unicode) text strings, ASI can draw canvas with characters from multiple languages.
Support PNG,JPEG,BMP,TIF,ICO file format.
Browser friendly: No Java or ActiveX controls are required
Providing you with flexibility to draw the canvas as will.
Programing Language: ASP/COM/Visual Basic/VBScript/JScript/C/C++
Support Platforms: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/NT
Properties:Bmp, BrushColor, BrushStyle, ClipRect, FontCharset, FontColor, FontHeight, FontName, FontNames, FontSize, FontStyle, Height, Jpg, PenColor, PenMode, PenPos, PenStyle, PenWidth, PixelColor, Png, TextFlag, TextHeight, TextWidth, Width
Methods:Arc, Chord, CreateImage, Ellipse, FillRect, FrameRect, Free, LineTo, LoadFromFile, MoveTo, Pie, PolyBezier, PolyBezierTo, Polygon, Polyline, Rectangle, Refresh, RoundRect, SaveToFile, SetCanvasColor, TextOut, WriteRectText, WriteRotatedText
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