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Pradeep bhatt
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Has anyone used it for JSF ? More details here

Ko Ko Naing
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Oh, I have just had a look at that post...

Pradeep, I am pretty impressive with th Drag-and-Drop feature into JSF editor and binding attributes feature of WebCharts3D...

But I have been using JFreeChart to build chart on-the-fly from the applicaiton data for now... But WebCharts3D seems to support more image formats that JFreeChart...

Well, I will try to play around with it, if I got some spare time...

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