We have produced some working examples to demonstrate the kind of applications our components can be used for. These examples use ASP. We also have some examples using Cold Fusion.
Displays some photographs with a small, dynamically generated preview.
A downloadable thumbnail gallery application.
This writes text onto an existing image and forms a web counter. It could be adapted for other applications.
A plain hit counter that works by joining images together making a compound image. This demo can be downloaded for you to try.
An example of generating a compound image using predefined images and user input.
Another example of producing a compound image by merging a predefined image with foreground transparency.
Used with csASPUpload, this allows a user to upload a JPG image and it is resized automatically. A variation of this demo can be downloaded.
Used with csASPUpload, this allows a user to upload a JPG image and display any EXIF attributes it contains.
Used with csASPUpload, this allows a user to upload a JPG image and display any IPTC meta data it contains.
Display the individual pages of a multipage TIFF.
Using a text image to verify user input in a form.
This demo combines csASPUpload and csImageFile. We also have a demo that can be downloaded that stores uploaded images in a database, with no image resize.
This shows how different bar charts can be generated by changing component properties.
This shows a selection of pie charts with different properties.
This shows some line graphs with different properties and data values.
This shows how to produce stacked bar charts (version 2.4 or later).
This shows an example of using csDrawGraph with an Access database. The sample files are available for download.
This shows an example of using csDrawGraph to dynamically create an image map. The sample files are available for download.
This shows how file downloads can be controlled using csFileDownload. It uses a single script to download different file types.
This shows how to create a zip file on the fly using csASPZipFile.
This shows how to create a zip file on the fly using csASPZipFile. It moves the user to a new page after the download.
This shows how individual frames can be extracted from a GIF using csASPGif. The user can use a GIF of their own by entering its URL or uploading a local file.
This shows how to display the colour table (palette) of a GIF frame.
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