New SharePoint Web Parts
Written by David Conrad   
Friday, 21 October 2011

Infragistics' latest toolset is a set of Web Parts for creating visualizations, including maps, charts, timeline and gauges, from SharePoint data.

 

NetAdvantage for SharePoint 2011 is a set of SharePoint Web Parts that enable you to to build code-free dashboards to visualize Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and actionable metrics.

 

This XAML data visualization-based Web Parts solution lets you turn SharePoint data into an interactive experience. Its Version Timeline, for example, translates document version history in a Document Library into a visual horizontal timeline for easy identification of the document review process.

 

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With its Content Rotator Web Part, users can point to content from more than one library, create a video ‘playlist’ with animations like “fade” or “slide-left” and playback controls for end-user navigation.

The Map Web Part can be used to display data at multiple levels such as at a street, city, state, country or any geographic coordinate while Data Chart and Gauge Web Parts can be used to present key performance indicators and business intelligence.

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Subscribers to NetAdvantage Ultimate will automatically receive a developer-only license to set and test Web Parts. Web server deployment requires a paid license per server.

More information:

NetAdvantage for SharePoint 2011

 

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