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VG.net in Visual Studio 2012

VG.net versions 7.4, 6.4, and 5.4 are released. Version 7.4 supports Visual Studio 2012. Read more in the forums or development blog.

VG.net 3D Effects

VG.net versions 6.2 and 5.2 are released. Version 6.2 supports Visual Studio 2010. Read more on the development blog.

VG.net Vector Graphics Robot Arm

VG.net versions 5.1 and 4.1 are released. Version 5.1 supports Visual Studio 2008. Read more on the announcement page.

VG.net Browser Diagram

The MicroDesigner SDK and VG.net Browser are new products for engineers creating process control, HMI, SCADA, or other real-time data visualizations.

Steed.net by State Method

Steed.net is a new development tool integrated in Visual Studio by State Method. The graphical state machine editor uses VG.net!

Vector Graphics Calendar Control

VG.net versions 4.0 and 3.0 are released. Version 4.0 supports Visual Studio 2005. Read more on the development blog.

Vector Graphics Calculator

VG.net version 2.7 is released. New features include the TranslucentForm class. Read more about this release on the development blog.

VG.net is reviewed in the MSDN Magazine New Stuff column!

VG.net Version 2.4 Features

VG.net version 2.4 is released. New features include PointText, stroked Text, and Active Group mode. Read more about this release on the development blog.

Real-Time Data Visualization Using Vector Graphics

The Sockets code sample is explained in the following article: Real-Time Data Visualization Using Vector Graphics. The sample uses TCP/IP to communicate simulated real-time data changes from a server to a client. The client uses VG.net vector graphics to visualize incoming data.

The article explains how to create 3D-effect LED components, using techniques similar to those described in the Gel Ellipse blog post.

VG.net Vector Graphics in a Browser

Enhancements to VG.net simplify hosting within Internet Explorer. Read about VG.net vector graphics in Internet Explorer in the VG.net development blog, or click on the image above to run the demo now.