In this article, we will implement drill down for ASP.NET 4.0 built in chart control. On the first chart the data is grouped by year. The year is divided into quarters. By clicking on an item on the chart you can get the values corresponding to the quarters of the selected year. Each quarter consists of 3 months. After choosing a quarter for the selected year you can get the values for each month of the this quarter.
Environment: VS2012,.NET Framework 4.0, ASP.NET Web Form, C#, Entity Framework
In my recent post, we have implemented Real-Time Chart using HTML5 Push Notification (SSE) and ASP.NET Web API. I got many requests to implement it using SignalR. So In this tutorial, we are going to display real-time updates with SignalR and ASP.NET MVC. SignalR is an async signaling library for ASP.NET to help build real-time, multi-user interactive web applications. It makes easy to push data from the server to the client.
In my recent post, we have seen how to create basic chart using jQuery Flot and ASP.NET Web API. In this article, we’ll create a chart to display real-time updates using native HTML5 push notification. The HTML5 Server-Sent event (SSE) model allows you to push real-time data updates from the server to the browser.