## ActiveX Products by Encore Consulting

» Found 4 items by Encore Consulting

### ecGradient, color gradients

by Encore Consulting

ecGradient is an ActiveX control for Visual Basic programs. It is a simple-to-use control that gives you easy access to filling a PictureBox control with a color gradient in numerous styles. A demo VB project is included to show all the features. Select two colors, and ecGradient smoothly blends the two across the PictureBox at any angle; or choose from rectangular, star, centered, spotlight and other patterns.

- Submitted 10/10/2005

### ecGraph graphing control

by Encore Consulting

ecGraph is a powerful interactive graphing control that you can drop into your Visual Basic programs, and very easily create graphs in a huge range of styles. You can get a graph up and running with just a few lines of code, and can manipulate the graph layout from your programs. Zoom and scroll areas of the graphs; Multiple x- and y-axes per graph; Plot data points, bars, math functions, text; Log or linear scales on axes; Multiple graphs per page; Click and drag to move or resize graphs

- Submitted 10/10/2005

### ecGrid, editable grid

by Encore Consulting

ecGrid is a wrapper around the MSFlexGrid control, giving you easy access to entering text and manipulating the grid. Features: CellEdit, CellNoEdit, AddRowNumbers, AlignSel, AutoColWidth, DeleteRows, DeleteSel, InsertRows, LoadCellPic, MoveRows, Paste, RegisterecGrid, SetColWidth, SwapRows, CellEdited.

- Submitted 10/10/2005

### ecMathExpr

by Encore Consulting

Compile and evaluate math functions & expressions in Visual Basic applications. Much faster than simple math parser routines. Define any number of variables and assign values to them. Define 'user-defined' functions to use in other math expressions. Compile any number of math expressions that can use the pre-defined variables and user functions. Evaluate (fast and repeatedly) any of the compiled expressions. Includes trigonometric and hyperbolic trig functions, logarithmic and exponential

- Submitted 10/10/2005