These demos illustrate the range of graphical interfaces that can be built using IBM ILOG JViews Enterprise (JViews Enterprise). Try one and discover how easy and intuitive an interface can be when it's created with these prebuilt graphical components.
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These demos require a Java virtual machine, JDK 1.5 or newer. If you don't have a recent version, the demos will help you install what you need.
JViews Diagrammer is ideal for building real-time monitoring displays for supply chain, telecom networking, transportation and business process management. This demo depicts a workflow monitoring display that an advanced business process management product might supply.
JViews Diagrammer graph layout algorithms rearrange the positions of nodes and links in any graph, producing a more readable, understandable picture. This demo shows a variety of the algorithms supplied, as well as advanced features for organizing nested graphs.
This example shows how the Dojo implementation of JViews Diagrammer can be used to display smart client-side organization charts.
JViews Enterprise’s Dojo capabilities can also be used to display sophisticated business process flow diagrams.
Browse through the JViews Enterprise graph layout algorithms and parameters in this interactive, tutorial-style demo, in which all drawing and layout algorithms are client-side.
JViews Diagrammer makes full use of Ajax techniques to deliver increased usability to thin Web clients. This demo shows a diagram of nodes and links with a full spectrum of editing functionality.
JViews Diagrammer and JViews Charts can deliver executive dashboards for both desktop and Web clients. This sample illustrates the use of Ajax techniques for smooth updates and redraws of the display elements.
JViews Diagrammer can be used to create a wide variety of diagrams and dashboard displays for desktops as well as Web clients. This demo shows a sample of interactive Ajax Web clients that can be created with JViews Diagrammer.
JViews Diagrammer also provides full support for industrial dashboards, for process control and SCADA applications. This sample shows custom, data-aware graphical objects assembled in a prototypical monitoring application.
This JViews Maps sample application shows a web-based traffic management display, with real time data feeds. There is both a "consumer view" and a "manager view", with multiple, synchronized views of the data.
This demonstration shows a sample military command and control application built with JViews Maps for Defense. It illustrates how the product can be used to create mission monitoring or mission planning applications.
JViews Maps allows developers to display geo-referenced information on top of map data. It employs Ajax techniques such as incremental refreshes, browser caching, and layered views; and adds the ability to display data-aware custom objects on top of the map.
JViews Gantt supports specialized displays for project planning, scheduling, and resource load usage. This applet demo shows the product's advanced graphical displays, as well its traditional calendar and table-based displays.
Web clients are an excellent alternative when compatibility issues or excessive download times make desktop Java clients impractical. This JViews Gantt thin Web client uses Ajax features to deliver maximum interactivity and performance, rivaling that of many desktop Gantt charts.
Charts are the ideal way to display stock-price trend information. JViews Charts can easily be applied to create these highly interactive, visually attractive data displays.
JViews Charts can create powerfully interactive thin client interfaces. This demo portrays a typical charting application: display of historical stock price information. JViews Charts sits on the server, generating clients without requiring Java on the client side. This thin client demo uses JavaServer Faces components.
This example demonstrates a thin client treemap chart, built using an JViews Charts Ajax-enhanced, JavaServer Faces (JSF) component.
JViews Charts' services include a complete range of chart displays, including point, line, bar, bubble, area, hi-lo, candle, radar, polar and pie. Data can be rendered in 2D or 3D displays. Developers can easily customize the look-and-feel of each chart without coding.
This example shows an interactive thin client, built using JavaServer Faces (JSF) components. A tabular view of a bank account statement is enhanced with a synchronized chart view. Use the toolbar tools or the AJAX-based popup menu to manipulate the chart view.
Many application domains, like performance monitoring, require displays that redraw rapidly. This example shows JViews Charts optimized for speed, with video-like smooth redraws.
Discover the out-of-the-box functionality available with JViews Chart's JavaServer Faces (JSF) components. Examine chart view, legend, overview, pan interactor and zoom interactor. Architecture features, such as clean separation of data model from view, are also illustrated.