Status report and gauges

Ooph. A rididculously busy two-week period is turning to its end, and not a single day too early. It's been work, studies and lots of pre-scheduled free-time activity in a fairly rough mixture. I really need the weekend this time.
One thing I'd like to pick and show from the spare hours of the last week: Dundas Gauge was released. I was part of the beta program, so I've been toying around with the product for quite some time already. If you don't already know Dundas, go take a look. They produce data visualization components – first charts and now gauges. The software is from the high end of both the price and quality scale.
As for me, I was direly in need of a spare time coding project. Even though we've already got a load of all sorts of system visualization apps, I just had to write my own. This one has full XML configurability and can bind any sorts of gauges to any sorts of performance counters and other data sources. Ah, if I only had the time to finish it. If I will, you can be certain I'll let you know.

October 16, 2004 В· Jouni Heikniemi В· No Comments
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