UPDATE: The final release of our .NET product has been released. Please visit this page for more information.
Highcharts .NET allows developers to make interactive cross-platform, mobile-friendly charts using the extensive Highcharts API (which includes both Highcharts as well as Highstock for financial charts) with the Microsoft .NET framework (ASP.NET, MVC).
We’re inviting you to try out this BETA release and give your feedback.
TRY THE BETA
First of all, from the server-side, you will need ASP .Net 4.x + and ASP .NET MVC 4+. Visual Studio .NET 2012 and above are highly recommended if you would like to open product demos directly.
With regards to the client side of things, no additional work is necessary on your end, since Highcharts and Highstock work and dynamically scales across all modern browsers and all platforms (check browser compatibility).
WHERE TO DOWNLOAD?
By clicking on the following link you can download the Highcharts .NET trial version.
DOCUMENTATION AND SUPPORT
To learn why Highcharts is the easiest way to create charts with .NET, read the documentation on Highcharts .NET.
You can learn more about how to use the wrapper by starting with The demo page for Highcharts .NET. Here you’ll also find the complete API.
Highcharts’ team also supports the .NET developers by forum, uservoice and our reqular support channels.
Share with us your thought and don’t hesitate to participate and join Highcharts .NET community.
If you come up with any clever solutions based on your own implementation, feel free to share a link to your code examples or GitHub page in the comments section below.
Sandeep Singh | 6 years ago
Possibly a stupid question: Is there a way I can use these in Windows Forms without having to embed Web browser controls?
Øystein | 6 years ago
Hi Sandeep, I’m afraid this won’t work in WinForms.
冯豪晴 | 5 years ago
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