Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 09 September 2020 11:23 AM
Many people were eagerly anticipating the SciChart for Mac support to be released. We are pleased to announce that we have now released the SciChart mobile version 4, which includes the usual iOS and Android platforms as well as support for macOS.
What’s does SciChart macOS support include?
We have ported all the features the SciChart iOS had and adopted them to macOS platform.
Scichart macOS 2D and 3D chart types
SciChart for Mac supports all your favorite 2D and 3D charts on iOS and now macOS. Including but not limited to:
SciChart macOS Features
Scichart library is more than the chart types. SciChart macOS platform supports a number of features out of the box, just like SciChart iOS those include:
And there is more, SciChart for macOS allows linking multiple charts, per point coloring with the palette provider API. Have a look at all SciChart iOS and macOS features.
Scichart is used around the world across sectors, to showcase what library is capable of in hands of your developers, we are creating featured applications that are a fit to different domains.
The recently added featured applications are:
Separately you will need to download the Cross Platform Licensing Wizard, required to start a trial and activate a purchased license SciChart for Mac and Mobile SDK v3 and later.
We have prepared getting started pages for each platform, which you can view below.
Purchases and Sales
The Scichart for Mac 2D or 2D and 3D can be purchase individually and together with the SciChart bundle from the SciChart Store. You can buy online with a credit card or pay by wire transfer and our automated system will issue licenses immediately.
For enterprise sales and purchase orders, please contact us and we will be glad to help!
Renewals and Upgrades
Existing customers with support active Bundle products will get the macOS support for free.
If your support has expired, Please contact sales asap to get a custom quote.
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