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Jan
6
SciChart WPF v6.0.0 Released!
Posted by Andrew on 06 January 2020 11:29 PM

It’s with great pleasure that we announce to you today that SciChart WPF SDK v6 has now been released! Thank you for all your feedback during the BETA period, in which we have several issues, and SciChart WPF SDK v6 is ready for production use.

You can get the release right away for free if you are in support subscription by visiting our
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Jan
3
Getting Started with SCICHART WPF v6
Posted by Andrew on 03 January 2020 03:38 PM
Quickest of the Quick Start Guide

Ok so you’ve downloaded and installed the SciChart WPF v6 SDK Trial. Great! Now what?

Check out this Quickest of the QuickStart Guide below which shows you how to open the Examples Suite, work through the tutorials and see what SciChart can do.


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Dec
27
SciChart WPF Licensing v6.x
Posted by Andrew on 27 December 2019 09:12 AM

In order to license SciChart WPF v6 and unlock all its features, there is a simple procedure which must be followed. Without this you won’t be able to compile and debug applications built with SciChart WPF. Licenses are unique to all SciChart products, so licenses for another products cannot be used for SciChart WPF Charts and vice versa.

Please be aware before starting usage of the SciChart software constitutes
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Nov
28

Following on from last weeks announcement on the BETA of version 6 of our WPF Charts SDK, in this article we talk about the new cutting-edge overhaul to our High Performance Real-time WPF Chart component, which we’re calling ‘SciChart WPF: Xccelerated Edition’.

SciChart SDK v6 brings you performance increases of up to 100x (10,000%) across
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Sep
25
SciChart WPF v6 Preview – 1 Billion Points Tech Demo
Posted by Andrew on 25 September 2019 06:55 PM

When SciChart WPF was born, our first prototype of software in 2011 aimed to be able to draw 100,000 points in line charts in real-time. At the time, the nearest competitor in WPF Charts was able to draw no more than 10,000 points, and many competitor WPF charts could draw just a few thousand points before the computer became too slow to operate.

SciChart’s WPF chart was the first software component in the world to use Bitmaps (rasterized graphics) instead of WPF’s slower,
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Jun
12
SciChart WPF v5.4 released, plus v6.0-alpha with .NET Core 3 
Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 12 June 2019 11:37 AM

We are pleased to announce the release of SciChart WPF v5.4, build 12119. This update includes a number of bug fixes, improvements, and new features requested by our customers. It is strongly advised for users of SciChart v5.x to upgrade to this version, which is a drop-in replacement. 

SciChart WPF v6.0-alpha with .NET Core 3 support is also released. 

What’s New in SciChart WPF v5.4?

At SciChart we have recently added
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