DXperience v2008 vol 3: gauge controls hit the web

26 October 2008

You ask; we deliver. One of the new features in DXperience v2008 vol 3 is the ASP.NET version of our gauges and gadgets controls.

I thought long and hard about what I could show off here because, quite honestly, a lot of it is exactly the same as the WinForms version. So I gave up and decided to show as much as possible.

You want gauge styles? We've got gauge styles:

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In essence, exactly the same gauge styles as for WinForms, including the new ones I detail here.

You want circular gauges? See above. Linear gauges? How about this:


Digital? Duh, is water wet?

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How about various state indicators like arrows, flags, smileys, and traffic lights?


And here's a fun little World Time program written with ASPxGauges for ASP.NET so you can track time and currency exchange rates:


Of course, it goes without saying that if you're at PDC and you want to see more of the gauges product, snag either me or Mehul and we'll commandeer one of the kiosks in our booth and give you a demo. We'll also be recording videos of these new features and more in the coming weeks before the release of DXperience v2008 vol 3.

8 comment(s)
The ASPx Blog

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26 October, 2008
Julio Delgado_1

Thanks I am really looking forward so I can use them in our applications

27 October, 2008
David Gipson

Bring em on, Bring em on! That's why I love you guys. I'm sad I can't make the big show tho.

27 October, 2008
David Dillon

Just for that you deserve to go to Beverly and Rampart and have a few Tommy's chili cheeseburgers while in LA.

28 October, 2008
James Birnie

Really looking forward to this too - our realtime KPI screen has needed a dust off for longer than I can remember...

19 November, 2008

Thanks Very good

2 December, 2008

Any chance of getting some Microcharts, sparklines or bullet graphs in there, that would be a highly desirable set of controls for us.

22 January, 2009
Brett Green_1

I concur on the sparklines... would love to be able to create some sparkline reports!

8 June, 2009

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