Posted by Julia Skorobogata on 10 November 2020 11:08 AM
SciChart.js v1.0 official release
What is in SciChart.js v.1.0?
1. Many Chart Types
See: SciChart.js features.
2. Extreme real-time performance
SciChart.js charting component is tailored for demanding applications in Financial & trading, Scientific & Medical, Engineering domains as well as complex enterprise applications which need the best performance and best possible visualizations.
Our proprietary visual engine allows drawing primitives in Immediate-Mode rendering at extremely high speed so that high-performance 2D & 3D Charts can be rendered on multiple platforms including the web. This engine has been successfully compiled to WebGL and WebAssembly, and enables native speed by taking advantage of the CPU and GPU.
Millions of lines at once is no problem for SciChart.js!
3. Interactions and Reading the Chart API
To get insightful information from the chart it is extremely important to allow users to have seamless interaction with it. SciChart.js has a ready to use ChartModifier API for setting up Zoom and Pan on the chart, Drag an area to zoom in, or Drag to pan. Drag an axis to scale or pan, use the mousewheel. You can also create your own rich, animated zoom/pan operations.
4. Chart Configuration Options
5. Annotations API
These can move, pan and scale with the chart, or be positioned absolutely e.g. in the center of the chart, or top left, bottom right etc…
6. Themeing, Styling the chart and Per-Point Colouring
Where to get SciChart.js v1.0
If you need any help with getting started, including how to start a trial, please check our getting started guide.
Pricing and Licensing
All our licenses will come with 1-year technical support & updates as standard. If you have any questions, please contact us!
Road map for v1.1
Next on our roadmap for the release of SciChart.js 1.1, we have the following top priorities.
If there is a feature you are waiting for, please create a feature request for us!
We’d love to hear your feedback!
We’re collecting feedback over at Feature request System or sales at If you’d like to let us know an issue or feature request, leave a note there.