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Apr
24
SciChart Support Desk Migration
Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 24 April 2019 02:19 PM

Hello SciChart customers,

We are performing a migration and upgrade of our support-desk portal. The support desk is currently functional.

However, there’s a couple of minor issues persisting. These are:

  • Log in to support.scichart.com is currently not operational
  • Live chat has been temporarily disabled.
  • Some customers are seeing our support-desk emails go to spam folder

We apologise for any inconvenience and are
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Apr
23
SciChart wins coveted Queens Award for Enterprise, Innovation 2019
Posted by Andrew on 23 April 2019 09:40 AM

Today we have an exciting announcement to make about SciChart: High Performance Realtime Charts!

After years of researching and developing cutting-edge technologies to bring big-data, realtime charting to the Windows, iOS & Android platforms, SciChart has been awarded the coveted Queens Award for Enterprise, Innovation category. 

What are the Queen’s Awards?

The
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Mar
28

The long awaited .NET Core 3.0 from Microsoft is getting closer to release.The next major version of .NET Core, .NET Core 3.0, has recently entered Preview stage. It will include support for building desktop apps using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows
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Mar
16
iOS Chart Performance: Metal vs. OpenGL Speed comparison
Posted by Andrew on 16 March 2019 09:00 AM

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Mar
13
Comparison of SciChart vs. Open Source Chart controls
Posted by Andrew on 13 March 2019 09:00 AM

At SciChart we are big fans of open source! We use open source in some of our chart controls, such as SharpDX (a managed wrapper around DirectX), Rene Schulte’s brilliant WriteableBitmapEx (for line drawing in WPF), WordPress/PhP on the website and more. We’ve even written some
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