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SciChart vs. Visiblox: Performance Battle Update

Dramatic test results counter recent claims made by Visiblox and reveal that according to their own test suite and definition, SciChart is the worlds fastest WPF and Silverlight Chart. The conclusion is clear, SciChart line rendering outperforms Visiblox Ultimate 2.3.1 by 30%-250%! Please read more to see the full article and we invite third parties to peer review the results.

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WPF Charting Performance Comparison (The battle continues)

A study compiled by Scott Logic, owners of Visiblox Charts, showcases SciChart to be the main contender in the battle for high-performance WPF and Silverlight Charting. Read the article to get the full review ...

Posted in: Announcements

Managing Visibility of Xaml elements in Cross-Platform WPF Silverlight

Have you ever developed cross-platform WPF and Silverlight applications and wished you could include or exclude certain Xaml elements from the visual tree depending on which framework the project was targetting? FrameworkVisibilityManager is a simple class with attached property that allows you to show or hide Xaml elements based on the framework you are targetting ...

Posted in: Software Dev

ABT Software to provide Consultancy in Front Office Oil & Gas

ABT Software Services will provide software consultancy (development, design expertise) in the Front Office Oil & Gas space. Based in Canary Wharf, London, the client is a leader in this sector. The project looks exciting, utilising the latest technologies such as Silverlight 5, .NET 4.0. We look forward to starting in March and to creating a valuable and quality software product!

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SciChart v1.1.0 Release - Fast WPF Silverlight Charts

SciChart Website at

We are pleased to announce that the SciChart release is here! We have launched a new website to promote and sell the component at

SciChart v1.1.0 is available to purchase or try out at This release requires the .NET Framework v4.0 or Silverlight 4 to run and includes example source in VS2010 projects. The Trial version will expire on the 31st March 2012.

We welcome your comments, suggestions and feedback. It is on the back of this feedback that we can deliver a solid and valuable real-time charting control for Scientific and Trading applications.