UI for ASP.NET Core
The ASP.NET Core Chart component offers several different chart types that can each be fully customized and stylized to fit your application:
The Telerik ASP.NET Core Charts support various data types. Depending on the chart type, you can distribute numerical data over categories (strings), units of time (DateTime) or other numbers.
By default the Core Chart control is powered by Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), enabling animations and interactivity in modern browsers with a fallback to Vector Markup Language (VML) for older browsers. Canvas rendering is also supported when a higher fps rate is required for frequent/live data updates.
Export the content of the charts to PDF and easily customize the look and feel of the exported file to match user requirements.
You can easily alter the alignment and appearance of your ASP.NET Core Chart using the built-in customization options for its axes, labels, tooltips, title, legend, etc. Or you can take advantage of the automatic layout adjustment and have your Core Chart automatically position its elements.
The Core Charts offer intuitive built-in animations, boosting the user experience of your app. Hovering over the series name in the legend highlights the entire series in the chart. A click hides or shows it, so you and your users can focus on the data you need.
You can also make use of the chart-loading animations, interactive tooltips and cross-hair support for easy data visualization tracking.
Use just a few properties to data bind the Telerik Core Charts, including binding to Web API endpoints, thanks to the Kendo UI DataSource component. Binding to local, remote or grouped data are all possible means to visualize your underlying source data in the chart. Show additional fields in the tooltips or labels by defining your own client template.
You can also use a JSON string or an array of JSON objects to change the datasource of the control on the client.
Provide multiple axes in a single chart, achieving a more comprehensive and informative data visualization. The Telerik Chart for Core also facilitates the freedom to combine similar chart types and scale the data against different measurements.
With the ASP.NET Chart for Core, you can also offer Plot bands to indicate and display a value that spans across the entire chart and enables the users to see where each point in the series is in comparison.
A single property is all that’s needed to apply any of the 11 sleek and ready-to-use built-in themes that come with Telerik ASP.NET for Core. Easily create a consistent look and feel across your apps, while saving invaluable design and front-end development time.
And if you want to add a custom touch to your UI, you can simply customize the chart elements in the markup or use the Kendo UI ThemeBuilder to build your own custom theme.
Why do you need to build a mobile version of your app when the same application can work equally well on mobile and desktop devices?
Thanks to the Core adaptive rendering, you can rest assured that your Core Charts will work across all screens and will handle touch events as if triggered by a keyboard or a mouse.
Using the ASP.NET Charts for Core, you can be certain that your app will look and behave as expected across all browsers.
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