iLog brews a fine Elixir for Flex…

October 15, 2007 at 12:41 1 comment

When you’re in to enterprise RIA development, you quickly run into the area’s of advanced graphs.

 While the charting component of Flex offers already some nice features out of the box, but quickly you’ll realize that you need more. Here’s where iLog comes into the picture.

Their “Elixir” component library, designed for Flex 3 offers advanced capabilities for:

While the product is currently in it’s beta stage (as is Flex 3), it can already be downloaded. The price of the library would be in the range of 800 USD, which is acceptable.

Check out these links:


Entry filed under: Flash & Flex, Technology.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Ryan  |  May 11, 2009 at 19:14

    From what I understand, that license is per-developer. So, if you have a 3 person team, multiply that number by 3.


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