I am currently developing an application using C++ and MFC. I am thinking about using the library called ChartDirectory. It is from a company called Advanced Software Engineering. This library offers a variety of classes for drawing charts. The company is in Hong King and I have never heard of them. They offer there documentation in both CHM format and in HTML format. I had problems reading the documentation in CHM format. It may have been that the file I down loaded was corrupt. I down loaded it a second time and it did not help. The HTML documentation, on the surface, looks good. However, I found a link that did not work. Therefore, I am not getting good vibes about their software.
I was wondering if anybody out there has used it, or even heard of it. If so, could you please tell me what you think about it.
You don't need external libraries for charts !
Chart control is native in Windows, easyly usable in C and C++ (plenty of samples on MSDN/Google in C/Win32)