As I mentioned before, using Nevron's suite does have a bit
of a learning curve if the user is not incredibly familiar with charting
utilities. Of course, this is true of any third party .NET product. Nevron has
done a really great job, though, of putting together an extensive set of
documentation and examples.
For each of their three components in the suite, there is an
example program that can be run. In these programs (one for charts, one for
diagrams and one for user interfaces) a tree view is presented with a content
window. Users select a chart type (or diagram/ UI) and an example of that type
is displayed in the content window.
Many of these examples allow the user to toy around with
different properties through drop down lists, sliders, and buttons, so one can
instantly see what these properties affect. One of the best things, however,
is a tabbed view at the bottom that allows you to select a written overview and
description of the component or a view of the source code. This was a really
important and useful feature to me; being able to see the source code for each
and every one of these examples gives a really good idea of where to get
started working with Nevron's components.