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Dashboard Gauge Diagram Component Solution with C++ Source Code,  Drawing Tool

Dashboard Gauge Diagram Solution C++ source code is ready with E-XD++ Enterprise, see sample GaugeDemo, as below:

Dashboard Gauge Control Source Codes   

E-XD++ Diagramming Library ships with a variety of pre-built dashboard gauges and controls, but dashboards and system monitoring solutions often require custom diagramming symbols to quickly and effectively convey multi-variable status information to end users. For example, a water tank in a manufacturing plant may need to physically appear on the diagram as it does in real life to give users an immediate visual cue of the piece of equipment on the screen, indicate the water level in the tank as an area that expands and collapses, and possibly even show other values like PH level or pressure by changing the color of the tank content. E-XD++ Diagramming Library provides an extensible model for building new diagramming symbols that allows you to account for any status information you need to display. Building a new symbol is very similar to designing a new shape. E-XD++ Diagramming Library also ships with a variety of graphical elements to aid in the symbol creation process.

The UCanCode Dashboard  Gauge Shapes is a set of classes built to display numeric values in a graphical manner as part of E-XD++ applications.  The classes implement CObject that display a scale with regular markings and labels and they implement CObject that indicate a value on a scale. It is full Visual Studio .NET tested.

The objects can be customized and combined to present many different kinds of appearances.  In the real world, depending on the industry, such things are called meters, dials, or gauges.  Because there is so much customization that can be done, Gauge Classes does not provide any prebuilt instruments.  The GaugeDemo sample application, however, does define many such objects for various purposes and with various appearances and behaviors. For other like of Dashboard  Gauge Shapes, you can build it by yourself.

The Dashboard Gauge solution source code is an excellent kit. The most important properties are easily changed, and it is a snap to experiment with different looks. The consistent use of state indicators, numeric indicators and labels across gauge types makes it easy to present any information...

Most of the UCanCode Gauge objects you see are instances of subclasses of the standard CFODrawShape class.  Each Dashboard Gauge has a Background shape (Mostly it uses the exist E-XD++ shapes), a Scale, an Indicator, and a text Label.

The UCanCode Dashboard Gauge library principally consists of the basic Meter Scale and Indicator classes and the Meter class that is a group—a collection of objects including a scale and an indicator.

You can create any new Dashboard gauge objects by using the exist E-XD++ shape classes, these shape classes will be as the background shape of the Gauge objects.

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XD++ Diagrammer Suite is the the world’s leading VC++ and .NET visualization component. Renowned for incredibly rich graphics, XD++ helps thousands developers build applications that offer unparalleled functionality. Outstanding productivity lowers project risk and reduces maintenance headaches. With 10 years of dedicated research and development, UCanCode leads the market for visualization technologies, providing outstanding customer support.

Powerful, flexible, and easy to use Diagram Components.
Powerful and flexible enough to create diagrams exactly the way you want them to appear. So easy to use that you will be able to prototype your application in just a few minutes.

Feature rich.
With features such as automatic layout, multiple layers, collapsible sub-graphs, snap-to connection points, XML, SVG, and more, E-XD++ Have the power and flexibility you need to create sophisticated diagrams, quickly and easily. Events such as click, double-click, hover, select, rubber-band select, copy, delete, resize and move are supported. Operations such as drag-and-drop, unlimited undo/redo, and clipboard operations are common and complex, and are expected by today's sophisticated users. it full supports importing ArcGis, SVG and DXF File format.

Performance and Scalability.
UCanCode E-XD++ Capable of handling many thousands of nodes and edges, up to hundreds of thousands depending upon the complexity of the nodes you wish to draw and the operations you wish to allow. Our graphical classes are extremely lightweight objects enabling outstanding performance.

Save Time and Money and gain Reliability.
A diagram is worth 1,000 words, and E-XD++ is shipped with more than 500,000 lines of well designed and well tested code! It is used by hundreds of the world's most quality conscious companies. It will saves you thousands of hours of complex coding and years of maintenance.

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UML Diagram Component / Drawing C++ Source Code Solution from UCanCode, it will save you 50% - 80% time for building any UML based application.

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