- Both free and commercial products. Commercial products had to have an unlimited trial period, and show eventually just some small credits image or watermark. Or a free community edition. We ended up with 3 free products and 7 commercial apps.
- Focus on popular and well-known products, with well-established customers and communities. We selected products from well known powerful software companies, such as Google and Microsoft. But also popular players such as Highcharts or jqPlot, to name just two.
- FusionCharts. Good-looking gradient-based SVG-based charts, based on Raphael. Commercial product with many worldwide customers. Indian company. We included charts from FusionCharts XT, PowerCharts XT, and FusionWidgets XT packages.
- Google Charts. Free SVG-based Google API for simple GoogleDocs-inspired 2D charts, evolving into materialized charts for Android. Part of a larger Google Visualization platform.
- Microsoft ASP.NET Chart control. Old free server-side control (evolved from Dundas Charts, acquired in 2007), with WebForms and ASP.NET implementations, wrapper for MVC.
- We plan to include charts for Office applications: Excel, PowerPoint, Word.
- More ASP.NET chart controls, from well-known vendors such as DevExpress, Telerik, ComponentOne, Infragistics etc.
- Chart templates for Business Intelligence products: Tableau, QlikView, Power BI etc.
- Some Java chart applets, with JFreeChart…
- Google Material charts.