Graph Library delivers full web services support

December 22, 2005   Technology News
(PRLEAP.COM) BFO (Big Faceless Organization), provider of high quality Java software components, has just made developers lives a little easier by adding full web services support to its new Big Faceless Graph Library.

Web services are a generic term for loosely coupled service providers running over HTTP. They allow short-term cooperation between processes running on widely distributed systems, sometimes even in different organizations. The Graph Library 2.1 utilizes this technology by generating graphs from Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) requests. It is expected this new addition will benefit large organizations running mixed .NET and EJB environments through the creation of high quality, consistent looking graphs and charts, as well as small organizations running .NET, for whom a Java component was a poor fit until now.

Further enhancements to version 2.1 of the Graph Library include interactive SVG graphs. Fully interactive or animated vector-based graphs can be created using the same simple JavaScript based approach that was used with interactive graphs created as images.

About BFO: BFO is a global provider of Java based reporting solutions founded in 1998. They produce a stable of robust Java components for the international B2B market. Products include the Big Faceless Report Generator, Graph and PDF Library. The client portfolio includes Boeing, Lehman Brothers, Harvard University, HSBC, Fannie Mae, Roche, Toyota and US Department of Energy.
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