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Mastering ArcGIS Server Development with JavaScript by Ken Doman

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Using dojox charting

We should first look inside the ArcGIS API for JavaScript to see what it has to offer. We can access a host of charting resources with dojox/charting. The modules allow you to draw line graphs, pie charts, bar charts, and a whole host of other graphs and charts in a browser. It contains numerous canned themes to show your data, and it can be extended with your custom themes as well. The charting libraries can render in Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), Vector Markup Language (VML), Silverlight, and Canvas, making them both progressive and backwards-compatible for older browsers like IE7.

Like most Dojo components, dojox/charting can render charts either declaratively within your HTML, or programmatically through JavaScript. Declarative ...

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