Posted by Andrew Burnett-Thompson on 10 November 2020 12:04 PM
That’s an incredible amount of work for a year which has been challenging to say the least! … A year in which we’ve also achieved substantial economic growth, despite the circumstances.
We published originally about our roadmap and vision for SciChart a few years ago, where we talked about how we planned to build a common C++ core across platforms, and build every platform on top of that. That vision is now complete!
What this has done is allowed us to re-use code and build for platforms faster:
Having a common C++ codebase allows us not only to have the fastest chart libraries across platforms, but also well tested libraries due to the number of users across platforms, and a set of libraries which is more efficient and to maintain and faster to market for new platforms.
What’s Next for SciChart?
We’ve come a long way, and while this vision of cross-platform chart libraries is complete, we are by no means done.
2021 and onwards we aim to do the following:
One thing is for sure, that the excellence you’ve seen from SciChart in the past is core to our work ethos both now and in the future, we aim to keep going and keep delivering for our customers and continue adding value to them in 2021 and beyond!
What do you want to see next from SciChart?
We practice customer-driven development at SciChart and we’ve always been keen to hear your requests to steer our roadmap. So, if there’s something specific you want to see from us, please do not hesitate to use the feature-request system, or contact us directly.
Thanks for your time for reading this, and a big thank-you to our customers who have supported us this year and beyond! As always, your feedback is welcome and if there’s anything you need, then by all means contact-us and we will be glad to help!