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A new version of WebCharts3D has been released.

WebCharts 3D is a 100% Java state of the art visualization package designed for the professional software developers who work with JSP and/or Swing interfaces. It provides general purpose and specialized 2- and 3-dimensional charts and incorporates the innovative technology that allows it to deliver charts as applets or interactive server-generated images to the web browsers and mobile devices in multiple formats (Flash, SVG, PDF, PNG, JPEG, TIFF, WBMP).

WebCharts3D software includes WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) 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. The Designer can be easily incorporated into your own applications to provide your end-users with chart editing capabilities.

Free evaluation is available at www.webcharts3d.com
 
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