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 ...
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We are pleased to announce that the SciChart release is here! We have launched a new website to promote and sell the component at www.scichart.com
SciChart v1.1.0 is available to purchase or try out at www.scichart.com. 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.
We are pleased to announce that the SciChart Beta is finally here! After months of intensive development, we have accomplished our original goal to provide ultra high performance Silverlight and WPF charts for medical, scientific and financial applications. Our original performance target was to render 100,000 points in under 50ms to allow real-time charting of large datasets at interactive framerates. Let me tell you we have surpassed this level of performance in the Beta.
Please feel free to send us your comments, suggestions and feature requests for SciChart. We aim to answer queries within 24 hours and hope to find you a helpful and useful solution.
A number of people have contacted us showing interest in the SciChart Technology Preview. Just to keep you informed, we are working hard to release a Beta version for WPF4.0 and SL4 imminently. These will be available for download on this site in the next few days. We will also have a dedicated website for SciChart going online soon - details to be announced.
In a previous article, we discussed SciChart - a Fast WPF / Silverlight Financial and Scientific Chart. The goal of SciChart is to provide ultra high performance Silverlight and WPF charts for medical, scientific and trading applications. We set ourselves the goal of rendering 100,000 points in under 50ms to allow rendering of large datasets at interactive framerates. This has been accomplished and can be seen in the following Silverlight performance demo, which is able to render datasets of >100,000 points at 30FPS.
SciChart © 2011 ABT Software Services is a work in progress but will be released for commercial use in Q1 2012. To register your interest in the SciChart, or if you have questions or suggestions, please Contact Us or Register for email updates.
In a previous article, we discussed SciChart - a Fast WPF / Silverlight Financial and Scientific Chart. The goal of SciChart is to render 100k points in <50ms so as to allow updates at 20 frames per second. This post showcases styling for an Oscilloscope chart capable of rendering 10,000 points in real-time. SciChart © 2011 ABT Software Services is a work in progress but will soon enter a private beta. To register your interest in the SciChart Beta, please Contact Us, or Register for email updates.
ABT Software Services has set out to develop a fast WPF / Silverlight Financial & Scientific Chart to render large datasets. This draws on experience we have in WPF, Silverlight, GDI, DirectX and Signal Processing to achieve a real-time chart. The goal is to render 100k points in <50ms so as to allow updates at 20 frames per second. SciChart © 2011 ABT Software Services is a work in progress but will soon enter a private beta. To register your interest in the SciChart beta, please Contact Us, or Register for updates.
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