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ASP.net Charts 2010 v 2013

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Hi

Does ASP.net 2013 have better looking/ more varied charts than ASP.net 2010.

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VS comes with ASP.Net 4.5 vesus Asp.Net for vs 2010.

There is No ehancement for the Chart control in ASP.Net 4.5, therefore answer to your question is No difference.
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That is a shame. Thanks for the info
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