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  2. ASP.NET Core MVC (& .NET Standard) support

    It would be nice to have full .net standard support for ASP.NET Core MVC. The dependency to System.Web is blocking usage on newer dotnet core projects.

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  3. VB.NET examples and instructions

    It would be nice if you provided a VB.NET example because not everyone programs in C#. A lot of work goes into converting the instructions to VB.

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  4. Full example on Meteogram for .NET

    Since the meteogram is a rather complicated rendering schedule and we have not been able to apply it, we suggest creating a working example that visualizes this graphically with static data. In the description there is a JS code for the MVC .NET project, but it is not enough to visualize the meteogram itself.

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  5. Add in a method to get the serialized JSON of the chart without HTML or JS

    Build in a method to get the serialized JSON of the chart itself with no HTML or JavaScript around. It could be called "ToJson" and place it on the Highcharts class, but that just as a proposition.

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  6. Highcharts() or ToHtmlString() should have an option to exclude event listener bindings

    The Highcharts() or ToHtmlString() methods should support an option that excludes the creation of the event listener bindings. These are not needed when the generated script code is placed at the bottom of the page, which is where scripts tags should be located according to best practices.

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  7. Highcharts() or ToHtmlString() should have an option to exclude <div>

    The Highcharts() or ToHtmlString() methods should support a option to excludes the creation of the <div> tag as I want to create this myself with additional styling and classes.

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