SciChart Apple iOS Android v2 is now in BETA

(Last Updated On: June 5, 2017)
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iOS Chart Features

We are really excited to announce, the result of a year of hard work and effort by our mobile team, that SciChart iOS/Android v2 BETA has been released today!

We are choosing to release today as a ‘BETA’ and invite feedback from our user-base. A full release will be done shortly, once we have polished everything and done final testing and checks.

// SciChart Mobile: A Huge Step Forward
SciChart iOS/Android v2 is a huge step forward in our iOS & Android charts. While our first version of SciChart iOS/Android benchmarked as the fastest Android and fastest iOS charts in the world, they lacked a few critical features that were important to would-be customers and creators of rich mobile charting applications.

Thanks to some brave early adopters, and great feedback from our iOS/Android customers, we have done a lot of work to improve our iOS & Android charts, and bring you Xamarin support in our latest major release, as well as a host of new features and improvements that will make your apps really stand out.

Read: What’s New in SciChart iOS/Android v2
// Features, Examples, Tutorials
We’ve added loads of new features in the second version of our mobile charts. In brief, these include:

  • Unification of the Android and iOS APIs.
  • Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android support
  • New Themes and Theme manager support, custom themes
  • Logarithmic Axis on both iOS+Android Platforms
  • Stacked Columns and Stacked Mountain Charts
  • 100% Stacked Columns and 100% Stacked Mountain charts
  • Gradient Lines & Palette Provider API
  • Error Bars Chart
  • Bubble Charts
  • CustomAnnotation
  • Dashed Lines
  • Vertical/HorizontalLineAnnotation
  • Inertial Scroll on both platforms.
  • Enhancements and improvements for trading (stock charting) apps.
  • Up to 60 examples for each iOS/Android platform, as well as 20 for Xamarin platform.
  • Maven package manager support for Android, Cocoapods for iOS, NuGet for Xamarin.
  • Swift 3 support for iOS, and performance enhancements for Swift users.
  • A set of tutorials to get started on both platforms!

Examples have been updated, so that we now have 60 examples for each platform (iOS, Android) and a further 20 examples for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android.

Each platform also includes a showcase application with some realtime scientific and trading charts to get you started creating amazing apps quickly.

We have also created a number of tutorials for each platform to get you started quickly.

// Where to get it?
We are publishing at the moment to BETA channels. These include Github (for examples), Maven (Android libraries), Cocoapods (iOS) and NuGet (Xamarin).

Shortly we will be announcing a full release, as well as delivering a number of website updates to show what you can do with SciChart, as well as help you get started with our amazing mobile charts!

Find out how to Download the BETA
// Send us your Feedback!
Send us your feedback, good or bad. We would love to hear it! 🙂 

Best Regards,

The SciChart Team


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