Posted by Andrew Burnett-Thompson on 28 December 2020 08:24 AM
We are pleased to announce a minor update to SciChart.js: version 1.1.1295. This release contains a number of minor improvements and bug fixes and builds upon our v1.0 release earlier in the month. Find out what’s new below!
What’s New in SciChart.js v1.1.1359?
1. Added Browser Global Module support
It allows using SciChart.js library directly in the browser without using bundlers like webpack. See example.
2. Added boilerplate projects for various platforms.
Added a number of boilerplate projects to show what SciChart.js supports and how it can be used with Angular, Electron, React, and Vue platforms.
3. Completed a set of tutorials.
You can view all the tutorials for SciChart.js, many of which have YouTube videos, at the following links:
4. Added test domain/hostname licensing.
SciChart.js now allows you to create a single hostname per developer license, plus two test hostnames. Hostnames may be edited/updated at www.scichart.com/profile
5. Added more various examples and documentation
6. Bug fixes:
Where to get SciChart.js v1.1
You can get SciChart.js version 1.1 examples zip from our downloads page at www.scichart.com/downloads. You will need to create an account at scichart.com/login in order to access this page.
If you need any help with getting started, including how to start a trial, please check our getting started guide.