OVERVIEW These applets and servlets are designed to take multiple series of numerical data and display the information as either a 2D or 3D Pie Charts. The applets and servlets can acquire data from a variety of sources including,
Scripts and server Side processes (eg. Servlets, JSP, ASP, PERL)
This 2D / 3D Pie Chart provides both a client and server side solution for the incorporation of bar charts into web pages. It provides versatile components so that web authors and Java developers can easily build and publish dynamic and interactive bar graphs. Now includes Anti-Aliasing for a much smoother pie image - (what's this?)
We have built in many configurable features and functions to both the applet and servlet and as such, the documentation and examples are designed to give both a full understanding of every feature and enable you to implement both the applet and servlet quickly and easily. The series of examples give an overview of the variety of implementations possible (Pie Charts examples click here.)
Now includes Anti-Aliasing for a much smoother pie image - (what's this?)
Percentage option on segment labels
Added Parameters for Pre and Post symbols on the pop-up values
Enhanced Color parameter definitions to include hex and color names
2D/3D Graphing Mode
Various Data Sources (Files, Databases, Scripts/Server processes, HTML parameters).
Labels On/Off, Font and Color Selectable
Configurable Pie graph Sizes
Automatic Legend Generation
Configurable Number of decimal places to show values
Configurable Depth of the 3D effect
Configurable rotation of the 3D effect
Display Values on Mouse Over events
URL link on Mouse Click Events
Upto 10 Free Form Images can be incorporated into the Chart Canvas
Upto 10 Free Form Lines of Text can be incorporated into the Chart Canvas
Documentation - (to browse click here). Our graphing and charting objects come with comprehensive documentation which includes step by step guides to implementation. Whether you choose to use the applet or servlet you will find configuration both easy and quick.
Examples - (to browse click here). The series of examples give an overview of the variety of implementations possible and represent a good base from which to quickly build your own implementations.
Licensing & Registration
Licensing the 2D / 3D Area Graph is both easy and quick. We current offer the following three licensing agreements, which we feel should cover most uses. If however you are unsure about which license type you require then please write to us at
email@example.com giving us a brief description of your intended use, and we will be happy to advise.
i) Any number of web sites / pages belonging to a single organisation or individual. ii) Any number of intranet sites / pages belonging to a single organisation or individual. iii) Placing upon a CD where the product is used for the navigation of that CD, regardless of how many copies of that CD are distributed. (e.g. 6000 CD-ROM's with the same thing on each CD-ROM).
i) For developers and designers who make web applications or multiple websites, for multiple organisations or people. ii) For placing on a CD ROM where the product forms part of a package to be installed. iii) For placing on multiple issues of CD ROM's iv) For the incorporation of the product into a larger application which is subsequently sold / distributed.
To Order Servlet + Applet Version please Click Here.
Source Code License For most implementations the source code is not generally necessary, however for those who wish to customize the functionality, incorporate into a larger java application or simply out of interest we offer the software package complete with all source code documented.