for JavaTM(PFJ) is our 100% Pure Java charting
library. PFJ can be used either as a Java client, a Java application,
a Java servlet for creating GIF charts directly on the server,
or for any other Java progamming need where charts are required.
PFJ is configured as a Java Bean.
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The Perspective Chart Editor is our Java Application
(it's also available in Applet form) for editing and saving
charts. It has a complete user interface, written entirely
in Java. You use the TDGLoadSave application for loading,
changing, and saving chart templates for use in your web pages
or Java applets. Or you can run TDGChartEditorApplet
directly within your Intranet-based web page to give users
complete editing control over the chart.
TDGLoadSave saves out all the chart settings
as Java source code, which you can
- Load directly into a chart using the load() method
- Cut and Paste into your Java code
- Use as HTML parameters with the TDGSCRIPT parameter
With the Chart Editor, there's no more tedious
manual settings of hundreds of chart properties. Just set
up your chart in the Editor, select Save, and use the resulting
code however you like!
||Perspective for Java
is a 100% Pure Java Class Library, JavaBean, and Applet
for creating dynamic charts from data in any Java environment.
Perspective for Java provides 86 distinct chart types
(from simple bars and pies to radar, polar, and complex
3D charts), 13 chart editing tools (we call them "The
Widgets"), and over 350 properties and methods.
|This is an entirely new Java
code base from Three D Graphics, the company that has
provided charting technology to the leading members of
the software industry for over a decade. The "Perspective
Look" is in use in over 5 million seats worldwide,
and now you can bring this same power to your own Java
||Perspective for Java has a
full set of properties, methods, and user interface tools
for Java developers who want to create data-driven graphics,
and works in any Java-compatible development environment,
browser, or operating system.