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Sep
29
Coming Soon to SciChart Q3/Q4 2017
Posted by Andrew on 29 September 2017 01:46 AM

We’ve been quiet for a while, so we thought it was a good time to make an announcement about what we have been working on, and what we are doing soon for SciChart in Q3 & Q4 2017.

Website Upgrade – Why SciChart, Testimonials, Showcase and More

Over the summer, the SciChart website has undergone a revamp! We’ve included a lot more information to help prospective customers with the right information to help them choose SciChart as a charting component. This includes the new styled menu, as well as Why SciChart and Showcase pages. Have a look if you haven’t already! We hope you like what you see!

New SciChart homepage is looking slick!

Why SciChart? We give you reasons to choose SciChart for your projects.

Testimonials & Review feedback for our chart components.

SciChart WPF v5 Coming Soon

Our flagship product: SciChart WPF, is undergoing a major revision. This is a huge release which incorporates a lot of feature requests, bug fixes and improvements which you have requested.  SciChart WPF v5 is in BETA now and will include:

WPF 2D Chart New Features & Improvements
  • New Uniform and NonUniform 2D Heatmap Chart Types – up to 10x faster heat map rendering with DirectX.
  • Linear interpolation or solid cells support for 2D Heatmap Chart types (DirectX only).
  • Metadata and PaletteProvider support for 2D Heatmap Chart types.
  • Radar 2D Chart Type.
  • Contours 2D Chart Type.
  • New MVVM Axis API for adding / removing axis via view models
  • New MVVM Annotations API for adding / removing annotations via viewmodels
  • Filters API – allows changing filters to SciChart data-series for transforms of data (think MovingAverage, LowPass Filter, HighPass Filter).
  • DiscontinuousDateTimeAxis – allows hiding time gaps in a DateTimeAxis. useful for trading charts hiding overnight trading sessions and weekends, but also any chart that requires a true X-Y DateTimeAxis with some excluded sections of time.
  • .NET4.5 and SharpDX 3 Support. If time permits we will update to Sharp DX v4.
  • No more dependency on the obsolete D3DX9_43.dll and D3DX10_43.dll for SciChart.DirectX.dll
WPF 3D Chart New Features & Improvements
  • Waterfall 3D Chart Type.
  • PaletteProvider support for 3D Surface Mesh chart type allowing nulls (holes) in surface mesh or custom colouring per cell.
  • Non-uniform Surface Mesh chart type – with uneven spacing in cells in 3D
  • Contours support on Surface Mesh.
  • *.obj file 3D object support for adding objects to a 3D Scene from disk or memory stream.
  • Up to 10x faster Scatter 3D Chart Type
  • Up to 10x faster Point Line 3D Chart Type
  • Improvements to placement and quality of axis labels
  • No more dependency on Visual C++ 2013 Runtime for SciChart.Charting3D.dll
Contours on WPF Heatmaps

Contours on Heatmaps

WPF Chart Surface Mesh with Contours

SciChart WPF v5 has Contours support built-in to Surface Mesh chart

Object *.obj file in 3D WPF Chart

Loading 3D *.obj files into WPF 3D Charts

WPF 3D Chart with custom color and nulls in Surface Mesh plot

Nulls (gaps) and custom colors in Surface Mesh

SciChart UWP BETA Coming Soon

SciChart for Universal Windows Platform!

Yuriy on our team has managed to create a prototype for SciChart on UWP. Can you believe it! This has been hard work due to the maturity of the UWP API. We have faced problems such as lack of MarkupExtension, no support for Bindings in styles, no dependency property inheritance, no RelativeSource FindAncestor binding etc… However, through hard work and sheer determination he has managed to get a chart rendering with several of our series types in Universal Windows Platform. We hope to be releasing a BETA for this shortly along with the release of SciChart WPF v5.

SciChart iOS/Android v2.1 Coming Soon

SciChart iOS Android Pie Chart Donut Chart

SciChart iOS v2.1 will feature Pie and Donut Charts

  • Pie Charts
  • Donut Charts
  • Animation functions on chart load, or on data-point added

After the release of SciChart iOS/Android v2.1 we aim to be focussing on our getting-started guides, documentation and more as per your feedback from our features survey.

We would welcome your continued feedback on what you would like added to the iOS & Android charts.

Q4 2017 and Beyond

What else are we working on? As well as projects for the immediate future, this is our roadmap for the rest of 2017 and beyond.

 

SciChart iOS/Android Documentation, Getting-Started Guides

We’re continually trying to improve our SciChart iOS & Android documentation to make it easy to use and get started, and maintain the great reputation we have from SciChart WPF into our new products.

If you would like to feed back on what documentation topics you want added to SciChart iOS & Android, please contact us.

 

SciChart iOS/Android Examples and Showcase Appstore Publication

We are also planning to publish the SciChart iOS/Android Examples to the AppStore as well as the SciChart iOS/Android Showcase. The showcase features some great demos, including the Spectrum Analyzer demo, the ECG demo and now a new Trading App demo. These are available currently from our Github repositories: https://github.com/abtsoftware/SciChart.iOS.Examples and https://github.com/abtsoftware/SciChart.Android.Examples

SciChart iOS Android Showcase Trading App demo

SciChart iOS Android Showcase Trading App demo

SciChart iOS Android Showcase Spectrum/Audio Analyzer App demo

SciChart iOS Android Showcase Spectrum/Audio Analyzer App demo

SciChart iOS Android Showcase ECG/EKG App demo

SciChart iOS Android Showcase ECG/EKG App demo

SciChart iOS/Android 3D Chart Prototype

It is very early days but we are working to include our 3D engine into SciChart iOS/Android to allow 3D Charts on these platforms. We hope to release this in 2018.

 

SciChart iOS/Android ReactNative and NativeScript Support

SciChart iOS Android NativeScript ReactNative Charts

SciChart iOS & Android is compatible with NativeScript and soon ReactNative

Super popular ReactNative and NativeScript frameworks allow javascript or TypeScript software development on the iOS & Android platforms, but with near native performance. We are working on prototypes to demonstrate how to include our super-fast native iOS & Android charts.

We already have a very early prototype for using SciChart with NativeScript on our Github repository:  https://github.com/ABTSoftware/SciChart.NativeScript.examples/tree/NewCharts. This shows a simple line chart (nothing more) and shows you how to use SciChart iOS + Android with this popular framework. More to follow!

Contact Us for Feedback

Is there anything else you would like us to add to SciChart, SciChart’s documentation or examples or our website? Please contact us!

 

Best regards,
Andrew

[SciChart Team]

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Sep
22
SciChart WPF v4.2.5 Build 10565 Released!
Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 22 September 2017 07:15 AM

We are pleased to announce the release of SciChart v4.2.5 Build 10565. This is a minor update which contains a number of bug fixes and minor improvements. It is strongly advised for users of SciChart v4.x to upgrade to this version, which is a drop-in replacement.

What’s New in SciChart WPF v4.2.5.10565?

There is a number of bugs and memory leaks fixed along with some minor improvements of 3D charts. It is recommended for all users of SciChart WPF v4.x to update to the latest version, which should be a drop in replacement.

Bugs Fixed:  
  • Fixed issue of not hiding tooltips when VerticalLine was hidden;
  • Fixed the problem with multithreading in modifiers when the ExecuteOn property was used;
  • SC-4202: Fixed AxisMarkerAnnotation bug when used with vertically stacked axes;
  • Fixed the memory leak in TooltipControl when there was only one tooltip in VerticalSliceModifier;
  • Fixed memory leak in TooltipControl when it would not unsubscribe from events;
  • SC-4216: Fixed SciChart3D – DateTimeAxis3D setting the StartZ parameter results in strange behavior (surface stretched);
  • Fixed a bug, where VerticalLineAnnotation disappears on drag;
  • SC-4207: Fixed TooltipModifier3D issue when chart title causes tooltips to appear shifted;
  • SC-4215: Fixed VisibleRangeLimit is not serialized;
  • SC-4208: Fixed Axis does not fire event DataRangeChanged when removing series;
  • SC3D-341: Fixed Hit-Test fails when more than one SurfaceMesh in the scene;
  • SC-4205: Fixed SurfaceMesh isn’t updated correctly when changing series visibility in Legend;
  • SC-4212: Fixed Binding DataSeries to RenderableSeries: chart does not update;
  • Fixed Grid Mesh 3D hit-test;
  • Minor fixes for donut/pie charts;
  • SC-4205: Fixed SurfaceMesh isn’t updated correctly when changing series visibility in legend;
  • SC-4190: Fixed Pie/Donut selection animation when it fails to work sometimes;
  • SC-4206: Fixed SciChart3D – solid wireframe rendering affecting other series in chart (3D surface chart);
  • SC-4204: Fixed Virtualizing controls break MVVM behavior;
  • SC-4189: Fixed Pie/Donut Chart exception when change properties of a removed segment via a ViewModel;
  • SC-3977: Fixed 3D charts: Incorrect axis bands rendering;
  • Fixed the issue when bindings would not work on the ProjectionMode property of Camera3D;
  • Fixed DirectXHelper / Direct3D10Renderer holding onto references via InitializationFailed event.
Minor Improvements
  • Default value of Highlight property of the SurfaceMeshRenderableSeries3D is reverted to original value;
  • Offset X/Z calculation improvements for MeshOffsets in SurfaceMeshSceneEntity type;
  • Mesh ID improvements: Linked list based reusable mesh IDs;
  • SC-4213 Improved Surface series seems a bit dark from certain angles;
  • SC-4206 Improved SciChart3D – solid wireframe rendering affecting other series in the hart (3D surface chart).

Where to Get It?

SciChart WPF v4.2.5.10565 is available from the usual channels.

  • By downloading from our scichart.com/downloads page
  • By Install-Package or Update-Package from NuGet
  • By cloning or downloading the source code on Github (source code customers only)

Please ensure you uninstall the previous version(s) of SciChart before installing v4.2.5 as this can prevent some issues in the upgrade process!

GET SCICHART WPF v4.2.5

 

 

Best regards,
[SciChart Team]

 

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Sep
20
Support Policy
Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 20 September 2017 02:13 PM

At SciChart, we pride ourselves on excellence in technical support and we want you to get a fast resolution to your requests.

In order to maintain an excellent level of service, as of 20th October 2014, we have re-defined our support policy.

What Support Resources do we provide?

All our licenses include access to these online resources:

What is Priority Support?

After 20th October 2014, SciChart customers may choose between Professional packages with and without support, SciChart Source-Code products go with 1-year support always. This is Priority Support and it includes:

*Subject to Fair Usage Policy
**We will respond to your request within 24-hours Monday-Friday 9am-5pm UTC.

What does and does not fall under the support scope?

Our support is handled by the same team of developers, who wrote SciChart and are happy to help you with:

  • Bug fixes, please report them with ample information and steps to reproduce;
  • Learning how to do “X” with SciChart library;
  • Pointing to the right getting started materials to take off with your project;
  • Logging new features, which will be prioritized according to fair usage policy.

To see the full functionality of SciChart library we suggest you try to build a proof of concept of your project with the free SciChart trial.

The following is not in the scope of support, however, we are still happy to assist you where we can as a part of consultancy work:

  • Creating a proof of concept for your project according to your requirements;
  • Custom new features or project parts;
  • Speeding up development of the features logged for the future sprints;
  • One to one direct contact with our development team over Skype.

Where do the trial users or no-support customers seek for help?

All of the resources mentioned at the top are open to everyone. We welcome unlimited forum requests. Anyone can ask questions on the forum or search. The format is Q&A, similar to StackOverflow. There is also a SciChart Tag on Stackoverflow.We love to answer StackOverflow questions. If you ask questions using this tag, our team will be notified. Please don’t underestimate the self-help: across SciChart WPF, iOS, Android, and Xamarin we have prepared hundreds of pages of Documentation, sets of 9 Tutorials for each platform,  250 source code examples. This all is gathered at SciChart Getting Started Page.

For corporate trial users and purchasing requests, please contact sales@scichart.com.

What do we require from you when requesting support

In order to assist you best, please ensure when requesting support, you give us the following information:

  • Your Order ID when requesting support in private tickets (not forums!)
  • Clear definition of problem / or question, include screenshots where applicable.
  • One question per support-ticket or forum post.
  • If reporting a bug, please give steps to reproduce with our examples, or, a code sample we can execute.
  • We also need to know what SciChart Version you are using.

For more information, see our Question Asking Guidelines.

What do you describe as Fair Usage?

In order to keep providing our legendary levels of technical support, we have instituted a fair-usage policy for our support services.

  • If your volume of tickets or requests exceeds 10x the average, we reserve the right to delay or temporarily de-prioritize support.
  • Professional and Source-Code customers will be prioritized over Trial.
  • Bugs and feature requests will be prioritized based on the number of users they affect. Critical or wide-reaching bugs will always be given immediate attention.

Finally, with these changes, we hope to align ourselves with industry standards while continuing to provide an excellent level of support/service which is well above what our competitors provide.

Best regards,
[SciChart Support]

 

 

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Aug
8
SciChart iOS/Android Features Survey
Posted by Andrew on 08 August 2017 11:04 AM

Update!!

Thanks to everyone who responded to our survey! Overall the most feedback received was that users wanted to see better documentation, examples and customisation guides for SciChart iOS & Android. Chart types Pie, Donut were also requested and are in progress now. Some of the other feature requests (secret!) we have on our longer term road-map. 

If you would like to see improvements to SciChart iOS/Android Documentation, Examples and Customisation guides then please contact-us to tell us what exactly you want. Email using the contact form and give us your feedback as we will begin to work on these now. 

Original article below….

 


 

Following the release of version 2 of our iOS & Android chart controls we would like to take a moment to poll you, the users, for your opinion on SciChart iOS & Android.

What would you like to see us build? What do you think about subscription vs. perpetual pricing models? What wouldmake scichart more useful to use?

Please take 5 minutes to answer our short survey below. We welcome your feedback, good or bad, and it all helps us to make a better product!

Click to View the Survey

Best regards,

Andrew
[SciChart Team]

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Jul
27
SciChart WPF v4.2.4 Build 10393 Released!
Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 27 July 2017 11:36 AM

We are pleased to announce the release of SciChart v4.2.4 Build 10393. This is a minor update which contains many critical bug fixes and minor improvements. It is strongly advised for users of SciChart v4.x to upgrade to this version, which is a drop-in replacement.

What’s New in SciChart WPF v4.2.4.10393?

Lots and lots of bugs fixed! It is recommended for all users of SciChart WPF v4.x to update to the latest version, which should be a drop in replacement.

Critical Bugs (Crash, Memory Leak, .NET 4.0 sustainability issues) Fixed 
  • Memory optimization for the HqRenderContext – merged customer pull request
  • Memory optimization for DataSeries/ resampling – merged customer pull request
  • SC-4130: Fixed memory leaks when calling Clear on ItemsCollection – tested for unsubscribing from inner events in a RenderableSeriesSoruceCollection when SciChartGroup remove SciChartSurface
  • SC-4130: Fixed memory leaks if calling Clear on ItemsCollection, caused by RenderableSeriesSourceCollection which was subscribing for ViewModels collection changed event
  • SC-4141: Fixed memory leaks at DataPointSelectionModifier crashes if call UpdateState before the SelectedPMs property
  • SC-4141: Fixed memory leak with a Modifiers dictionary in MouseManager: DataPointSelectionModifier crashes if call UpdateState before the SelectedPMs property
  • SC-4141: Fixed DataPointSelectionModifier crash when calling UpdateState before the SelectedPMs property
  • SC-4141: Fixed DataPointSelectionModifier crash when calling UpdateState before the SelectedPMs property
  • Fixed example crash for uneven data in X\Y
  • SC-4184: Fixed: bug “Using PointMarkers” crashes sometimes on real machine and on machine with .net 4.0
  • Fixed other .Net 4.0 support issues with themes and styles
  • SC-4137: Fixed Series With Metadata example crashes immediately
  • SC-4137: Fixed “HitTest API” example crash
  • SC-4179: Fixed bug for Export fails if set PointMarkerTemplate
  • SC-4174: Fixed incorrect spline computations in the examples
  • SC-4172: Fixed the issue when a CompositeAnnotation would throw NullReference in MVVM
Minor Improvements
  • SC-4122: Fixed bug when DataDistributionCalculator is reset from UserDefinedDistributionCalculator when data series is cleared
  • SC-4108: Fixed bug with Rendering artifacts when using digital line with DirectX by adding sample for drawing artifacts in Digital line using DirectX
  • SC-4078: Fixed an issue when an annotation would appear if IsHidden set
  • SC-4119: fixed issue when HorizontalLineAnnotation doesn’t get base points if HorizontalAlignment=Stretch
  • Improvements: skip file overriding in case destination file is the same. files comparison is based on the cached MD5 checksum.
  • SC-4154: Added ability ZoomHistoryManager working with SciScrollBar
  • SC-4114: Fixed and improved the issue when dashed lines in legend don’t correctly represent their corresponding series
  • Added SciChartInetractionToolbar to CreateACustomChart example instead of using buttons
  • SC-4155: Prevented pushing changes to zoom history if AutoRange==Always
  • SC-4122: Removed redundant recreating of distribution calculator on Clear()
  • SC-4040: Prevented adding lists of values into data series with different count of values or null lists;
  • SC-4108 Prevented the generation of the extra fill-up triangle when the Lines with adjacency are vertical or horizontal lines, to fix Rendering artifacts when using digital line with DirectX
  • Added ability to display cursor label axis for multi panes if Y axis is collapsed, suggested by a customer

Where to Get It?

SciChart WPF v4.2.4.10393 is available from the usual channels.

  • By downloading from our scichart.com/downloads page
  • By Install-Package or Update-Package from NuGet
  • By cloning or downloading the source code on Github (source code customers only)

Please ensure you uninstall the previous version(s) of SciChart before installing v4.2.4 as this can prevent some issues in the upgrade process!

GET SCICHART WPF v4.2.4

Any other news?

SciChart iOS/Android/Xamarin  v2 is released! This is a major release that includes API breaking changes and tons of improvements goes with that. Please read about changes, improvements, and features in the release note. We have also adjusted the pricing for new customers. Please get in touch if you have any questions.

SciChart WPF Development in progress

We are also still working on SciChart WPF v5 major update. This will feature a number of new 2D+3D Chart types as well as improvements to speed, stability, and API for our WPF customerbase.

We have delayed releasing this since we want to get it right, and we have so many users using SciChart WPF v4 with great success, that there is no significant rush to get to market and we want to ensure when we do deliver, it will be super-awesome.

If you want to preview SciChart WPF v5 you can do so, again via a public Github repository, which also pulls assemblies from NuGet.

SciChart.WPF.Examples

 

Best regards,
[SciChart Team]

 

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Jul
12
SciChart iOS/Android/ Xamarin v2 Released
Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 12 July 2017 09:30 AM

We are really excited to announce, that SciChart iOS/Android/Xamarin  v2 is released! Please note this is a major release that includes API breaking changes. Please see a full list of changes, improvements, and features below.

If you are using SciChart iOS v1.x or Android v1.x then please note that this update introduces breaking changes and is not a drop-in replacement for SciChart iOS/Android v1. 

What’s New in SciChart iOS/ Android /Xamarin v2?

Thanks to some brave early adopters, and great feedback from our iOS/Android customers, we have done a lot of work to improve our  iOS & Android charts, and bring you Xamarin support in our latest major release, as well as lots and lots of new features and improvements that will make your apps really stand out.

New Features

Xamarin Bindings

SciChart iOS/Android v2 now features Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android support, enabling the use of our iOS/Android charts in Xamarin applications. We have published the SciChart.iOS.dll and SciChart.Android.dll to our NuGet feed, ready for .NET developers to use this exciting cross-platform framework.

Stacked Column Chart Type

We’ve added Stacked Column charts natively to the SciChart iOS /Android v2 library, as well as a Xamarin binding. See our examples for iOS , Android and Xamarin Column Chart.

Stacked Mountain Chart type

We have added one more type to the Stacked renderable series, Stacked Mountain charts. Please see our native example here for iOS and Android, as well as Xamarin Bindings for both.

100% Stacked Columns and 100% Stacked Mountain charts

In addition to Stacked Columns, and Stacked Mountains, SciChart for iOS, Android & Xamarin now supports 100% Stacked Column and Mountain Chart Types. See our example for iOS 100% Stacked Columns Chart, Android 100% Stacked Columns Chart and Xamarin bindings for both.

Fan Chart

We’ve added a Fan Chart example for visualizing uncertainty and forecasts. This is based on our existing Band chart type for iOS, Android and Xamarin. See our examples for iOS Fan Chart and Android Fan Chart.

Custom Series Type (with Spline Line Example)

We’ve added a CustomRenderableSeries type to our iOS, Android, and Xamarin charts. One of our examples demonstrates this by creating a Spline Line for iOS/Android. See our example for iOS Spline Chart and Android Spline Chart.

Impulse Chart

Use for visualizing impulse responses in digital filters as well as some scientific chart types, the Impulse chart has been added to both iOS & Android. See our example for iOS Impulse ChartAndroid Impulse Chart, and Xamarin Impulse Chart.

 

 

 

Error Bars Chart

We have added Error Bars to both iOS, Android platforms, as well as our Xamarin bindings. This is used to visualize error in scientific / research applications. See our examples for iOS Error Bars Chart, Android Error Bars Chart, and Xamarin Error Bars.

Bubble Charts

Bubble charts have been added to both iOS, Android platforms. Used to visualize a bubble at a specific X,Y location, sized by the Z parameter. See our examples of iOS Bubble Chart, Android Bubble Chart, and Xamarin Bubble Chart.

Dashed Lines on both iOS+Android platforms

Both iOS and Android platforms now have Dashed Line support. See our examples for iOS Dashed Line Chart and Android Dashed Line Chart.

PaletteProvider API for both iOS+Android Platforms

Both iOS and Android platforms now have PaletteProvider APIs, allowing you to dynamically colour individual data-points based on data-values. The PaletteProvider API has been added for many series types, including Line, Mountain, Scatter, Heatmap, Candlestick. See our examples on how to use the Palette Provider on iOS and Android Charts.

 

 

New Annotation Types

Our flexible and useful Annotations API has been improved in SciChart iOS/Android v2:

  • CustomAnnotation on both iOS+Android platforms.
  • VerticalLineAnnotation, HorizontalLineAnnotation on both iOS+Android Platforms

See our examples of Annotations in iOS, Annotations in Android and Xamarin.

New Theme Support

Both SciChart iOS and SciChart Android now have in-built theme support. Choose from 8 stunning themes, as well as create your own.

See our examples for iOS Theme Manager, Android Theme Manager, and Xamarin Theme Manager.

New Axis Types and new APIs

We have added the Logarithmic Axis to both SciChart iOS and Android. Use this to display data with a wide dynamic range on a logarithmic scale. See our examples on iOS Chart Logarithmic Axis and Android Chart Logarithmic Axis.

The Inertial Scroll and Pan on touch has also been added to both platforms.

Package Manager Support

All three platforms (iOS, Android, Xamarin) now have package manager support. We will be delivering continuously for bug fixes, features and minor updates according to Semantic Versioning (no breaking changes unless major version) to the following package sources.

In addition our example code is now published to Github and is available to clone or download.

 

iOS Examples    Android Examples    Xamarin Examples

 

Improvements

  • Performance for swift users has been optimized (even more!) and update to Swift 3 support on iOS, while maintaining our Objective-C heritage for our iOS Charts. See performance comparison for iOS and Android.
  • Over a hundred examples have been created and updated for SciChart iOS, SciChart Android, as well as for SciChart Xamarin, showcasing the speed, power and flexibility of our charts. See examples for iOS, Android, Xamarin.
  • Brand new Showcase application which has at the moment two ‘featured apps’ – a Spectrum Analyzer which analyzes audio from the microphone in realtime, and an ECG monitor which you can download and use to get started creating realtime scientific apps right away. SciChart has also been marketed towards creators of scientific and financial apps and many features has been tailored towards these niches.

Our new tutorials will make it all easy for you

We’ve published tutorials to get started with SciChart iOS/Android/Xamarin v2. These can be found below.

Where to get SciChart Downloads?

You can get the SciChart iOS/Android/ Xamarin SDK v2.0 from the Downloads page. Source code customers can also get latest from our Github  repository as well as from Cocoapods for iOS, and Maven for Android.

Xamarin source code version is only shipped with SciChart iOS and Android 2D Enterprise version.

GET SCICHART IOS /ANDROID v2

Pricing and upgrades

Adjusted Pricing for New Customers
If you are new to SciChart please visit our Store page, we have adjusted our pricing for iOS/Android 2D packages. The full pricing and packages description can be seen there. If you are hesitant about something please feel free to contact our sales support.
New customers who purchase today can use both v1 and v2 (all versions released before support expiry).

Free for the Existing Customers of SciChart iOS/Android
If you are an existing customer with active support and updates subscription you can continue to use iOS/Android v2 versions released for free. If you wish to renew, please contact sales. Our renewals are up to 50% off the store price.

If the above offers are of interest to you, contact sales to get a quote asking for the ‘existing customer Xamarin upgrade.

CONTACT SALES

 

 

Best regards,

[SciChart Team]

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