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Feb
6

This is a very early prototype …  but we wanted to share with you some exciting news … SciChart is working on a High Performance, Realtime Javascript Chart Component for the Web. 

SciChart.js – in progress now

Known as SciChart.js, this component will utilise our extensive 2D & 3D rendering engine built in C++, we currently use across our market-leading WPF, and iOS & Android Charts. Our
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Jan
30
Full site search now available on the forums
Posted by Andrew on 30 January 2019 05:41 PM

The SciChart Forums are a super popular resource for customers and trial users of SciChart to ask questions how to do things, how to add certain features to the chart in either WPF, or iOS/Android platforms. Over the years we’ve collected no less than 2,388 forum questions about our charts, which have been answered mostly by our staff and sometimes by the community to!

There are however a lot of
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Jan
25

Recently one of our customers has given us to post a case-study about SciChart in their application. This is now viewable at our www.scichart.com/case-studies-consultancy page. Thank you to the customer! We love working with you! – SciChart Team

Customer Case Study – Quantitative Trading Application

“In the past we
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Dec
21
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 21 December 2018 02:10 PM

Hey SciChart customers,

Our team wishes you all the best for the Holidays season. Thank you very much for your being with us this year and we are looking forward to making more beautiful software in 2019.
 

Office Opening Hours

Our offices will be closed on Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th December. During this time we will handle the most urgent enquiries either such as complete blockers (my live application has crashed
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Nov
22
SciChart iOS v3 will support Metal, 2D & 3D Charts, OSX
Posted by Andrew on 22 November 2018 11:30 AM

SciChart iOS currently uses an in-house rendering engine which relies on OpenGL ES for hardware acceleration. While OpenGL ES is currently supported by iOS 12 devices, Apple has announced that they are deprecating OpenGL across all operating systems in the future. Exactly when that will occur we don’t know, but for now OpenGL ES and SciChart is compatible with all Apple devices.

We have
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Oct
19
SciChart WPF, Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android now listed on nuget.org
Posted by Andrew on 19 October 2018 06:50 PM

For years we’ve operated a private NuGet feed for our libraries in SciChart, however recently we’ve taken the step to publish official releases to nuget.org as well.

Version 5.2.0.11680 has been published to nuget.org and the following packages are now available.





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