Posted by Andrew on 16 June 2016 09:18 PM
Ok so you’ve downloaded and installed the SciChart Android Charts Trial. Great! Now what?
// Learning by Example – The Examples Suite
Both the SciChart Zip archive and Source-Code version feature a rich examples suite with over 30+ examples, including full text search, source-code exports and more. You can find out more at the Android Chart Examples page.
We also have a full walkthrough of starting and using the Examples Suite in the Android SciChart Documentation that you can find when unzipping the Android Charts SDK – whether you’re using Source-Code version or you just downloaded the Zip archive.
// Viewing and Exporting Example
If that’s not enough, the entire Examples Suite source-code is shipped with the SciChart Android in both Source-Code and “Zip” versions.
Our examples suite allows you to not only view source-code but also export individual examples to stand alone Android Studio project.
// Starting your SciChart Android Trial
When you download and compile our SciChart Android Examples, you will see an error message that you must apply a trial license. To get a trial license key and apply it to the SciChart Android Examples, or to your own apps, please follow the steps from Licensing SciChart Android
// I just want to build a Simple Line Chart
Ok, so check out our Four Part Tutorial on Creating a new Android Chart Application with SciChart. It will walk you through the basics, right from setting up a development environment through to creating your first Android App, adding a Fragment (a view) and a SciChartSurface with X,Y Axis and one Renderable Series.
Or, if you want something quicker, take a look at The Android Line Chart Example, which shows how to add a single line series with some XY data to the chart.
// Great, but I Have a Question about …
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