Posted by Andrew on 13 November 2014 05:42 PM
We are pleased to announce a BETA MSI Installer of SciChart v3.2 Build 5298! So many people are waiting on this, that we’ve decided to get this build to you today. Head over to www.scichart.com/downloads to get it!
Once we get the feedback that the new licensing mechanism works, we will polish it up and package the full release. If we don’t get any feedback, we will cry, and be very very upset…
What’s New in SciChart v3.2?
SciChart v3.2 is a big step from v3.1 both internally and externally so don’t let the minor version increment dissuade you from trying it out!
New Documentation Updated
We have created a host of new FAQs and documentation to cover the new features in SciChart v3.2! Take a look at the list below. There are also some more on the way!
Licensing Amnesty – Special Offer!
SciChart is licensed per-developer. Our terms & conditions haven’t changed, but in v3.2, our licensing mechanism has changed.
Only developers need to be activated. The definition of developer is here. Testers (who just run the code) and build servers are exempt. If you don’t activate, you won’t be able to work with SciChart v3.2 inside Visual Studio. Runtime users are unaffected (we still have Royalty free redistribution, perpetual licensing).
Discounts for adding more licenses
If you are an existing customer of SciChart and you would like to add more licenses, we will be happy to give you a loyalty discount on the list price. Please contact-sales with your current SciChart OrderID, how many licenses you need and we will get back to you asap.
We really need to know if our new licensing mechanism works behind corporate firewalls and around the internet. If you install it, try to activate using your serial key, and let us know how successful it was. You can see full instructions at www.scichart.com/licensing-scichart/. If you don’t have a serial key and you think you should, get in contact and we’ll sort it out.
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