GraphLib is a set of API's given as source code and lets you
create different graphs (PIE, BAR, LINE etc.) quickly with almost no headache.
Graphs are far more powerful than a set of numbers on the screen - they convey
a lot more information effectively. If you are a developer that wishes to add
punch to your app - GraphLib is just what you need.
Only if you purchase the Premium package (GraphLib 2.0
Premium). See Comparison between Premium
and Basic for more details.
GraphLib is a set of library API's that let you create graphs.
You get the source code for those API's. Like any library - it does not come
with support for databases, scrolling etc - it is left for the application
developers to use these API's and create such features. (For e.g. socket
libraries do not come with a server-client chat application. The developers
uses the socket library to create any feature.)
Yes. Please refer to my Note to commercial users
Absolutely NOT. You can only compile your application with
GraphLib to provide graph support. Please do not redistribute the code.
- I need some support on using these API's -- where do I look?
Your first choice would be to post a question to the GraphLib
Yahoo newsgroup, and if that did not work, you can mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Can you show me some code sample to see how easy it is to create graphs?
Sure! check out Code Example page for sample
code and graph.