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ILOG JViews Unveils AJAX Supported Java Graphics Tools Suite

Java Graphics Tools Offer Real-time Dynamic Charts Based On AJAX And SVG

ILOG announced ILOG JViews 7.5, the latest version of ILOG's award-winning Java graphics tools suite featuring industry-first support for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) combined with other new features aimed at enhancing the Web user's experience. Using the new ILOG JViews product suite, Java developers can build visually-rich interactive user displays more quickly, while leveraging the latest industry standards for improving Web interactivity and usability.

The new ILOG JViews was announced at the JavaOne Worldwide Developers Conference being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, May 16-21, 2006. The new JViews product suite, which includes JViews Diagrammer 7.5, JViews Charts 7.5, JViews Gantt 7.5, JViews Maps 7.5, JViews Maps for Defense 7.5 and JViews TGO 7.5, is available immediately.

AJAX support across the entire JViews product line means more flexible behavior and higher performance for a wide range of Web interfaces -- from charts, to business process/workflow and network management displays. AJAX, a development technique for creating interactive Web applications, enhances the Web user's experience by generating images more quickly because it eliminates the need to constantly refresh Web pages every time a user makes a change. This feature means that users can save up to 50 percent CPU processing power when loading and displaying graphically-rich Web pages.

An industry-first enhancement in the new JViews release is the ability to deliver rich dynamic charts in real-time based on AJAX, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) and JavaServer Faces (JSF) technologies. This capability allows business users to more easily visualize and manage large data sets with faster performance compared with other chart display options. Underscoring ILOG's commitment to providing one-stop shopping for high-end graphics and visualization tools, ILOG JViews 7.5 has further extended the product line to include support for more diagrams, maps and chart types compared with the previous release.

 

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AJAX News Desk 05/16/06 07:43:00 AM EDT

ILOG announced ILOG JViews 7.5, the latest version of ILOG's award-winning Java graphics tools suite featuring industry-first support for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) combined with other new features aimed at enhancing the Web user's experience.

AJAX News Desk 05/16/06 07:42:09 AM EDT

ILOG announced ILOG JViews 7.5, the latest version of ILOG's award-winning Java graphics tools suite featuring industry-first support for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) combined with other new features aimed at enhancing the Web user's experience.

ajaxworld news desk 05/16/06 03:08:40 AM EDT

ILOG announced ILOG JViews 7.5, the latest version of ILOG's award-winning Java graphics tools suite featuring industry-first support for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX) combined with other new features aimed at enhancing the Web user's experience.

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