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SciChart WPF v8.0 Beta Released!
Posted by Andrew Burnett-Thompson on 25 September 2023 02:30 PM

SciChart WPF is now ten years young and still remains the highest rated WPF Chart Control, and best WPF chart on the market!

Today we are pleased to announce continued improvement to our flagship product: SciChart WPF: v8.0. This update (v8.0.0 Beta build 27672) includes a number of features & improvements. To find out new,
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SciChart.js v3.2 Released!
Posted by Andrew Burnett-Thompson on 28 July 2023 02:33 PM

Another quarter, another feature-packed release for SciChart.js – our High Performance Scientific & Financial JavaScript Chart library. In this release, version 3.2.446 we have a number of enhancements which are backward compatible drop-in replacement to users of SciChart.js v3. Find out what’s new below.

What’s New in SciChart.js v3.2?

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MyGet Outage affecting WPF, Android customers
Posted by Andrew Burnett-Thompson on 27 July 2023 07:55 AM

Yesterday it was brought to our attention that is facing a major outage. MyGet – a provider of Nuget package feeds, Maven repositories and private npm has been used by SciChart for almost ten years to provide nightly builds and packages to customers.

MyGet was acquired by Assembla in 2018, which has responded to posts reporting the issue on
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SciChart WPF v7.0.2 Update
Posted by Andrew Burnett-Thompson on 22 May 2023 05:00 PM

We’re delighted to announce SciChart WPF v7.0.2 build 27161 has been released! This is a maintenance update that contains hotfixes and several improvements.

Please find the full list of changes below.

This maintenance update (hotfix) is delivered as a NuGet package only, not as an installer. To get the latest versions please visit
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SciChart.js v3.1 Released!
Posted by Andrew Burnett-Thompson on 24 April 2023 11:01 PM

It’s only been two months since our last major release, but we have another one queued up for SciChart.js! Today we are pleased to announce SciChart.js v3.1.333 has been released. Find out what’s new in the release note below. This release is a drop-in replacement and is backward compatible to users of SciChart.js version 3. Users of SciChart.js v2 may find minor breaking changes or changes in behaviour. We suggest upgrading & testing, giving us your feedback
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Best Examples of JavaScript Charts
Posted by SciChart on 09 March 2023 03:01 PM

JavaScript charts enable digital application owners to tell stories with data.

Humans engage with and interpret visual information much more easily than written content. Spreadsheets and data reports aren’t always the most effective way to get your story across. If you want to get to the heart of a set of data, it’s important not to bore your audience with too much information and small print. JavaScript Charts and Graphs powered by SciChart.js
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