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What's New in ComponentOne Studio 2016 v3.5

We're pleased to announce GrapeCity's January service pack, also known as 2016 v3.5! We're kicking off 2017 with a bang: FlexReport is now available in WPF.

How Heikin-Ashi and Renko Charts Eliminate Stock Market Noise

Noise removal is a vital aspect of active trading: traders need to avoid interpreting false signals, and have a clear picture of overall trends. In this blog, we'll look at what's considered noise in stock trading, and how ComponentOne Studio's FinancialChart control can help developers eliminate noise in financial applications.

ComponentOne Ultimate Roadmap 2017

Microsoft’s big theme this year was transformation, and they lived up to it. We’ve seen Xamarin Studio integrated into Visual Studio; Azure’s continued expansion; a new Visual Studio, not to mention a new Visual Studio for Mac.  Windows 10 closed out its one-year free adoption offer, and UWP continues to grow its market. We’re saying goodbye to LightSwitch, and hello to PowerApps. They introduced the HoloLens.

Add Chart Annotations in WinForms, WPF, and UWP

One of the powerful ways of drawing your user’s attention to chart data is through annotations. As the name suggests, annotations let you add textual notes, shapes and images to highlight important data points of the plotted data. When we visualize data in charts, it is not just about depicting the data; it's about making it meaningful. Annotation provide additional information that may not be represented by basic X and Y values.

Video: Get Started with FlexReport for WPF Report Viewer

In this video we'll look at how to add a FlexViewerPane control to your WPF project so that you can view FlexReports. FlexReport for WPF is currently in beta and will be launched in March 2017.

FlexGrid: The Best Data Grid for .NET, JavaScript, and Xamarin

FlexGrid has long been the industry standard for fast, extensible, lightweight data grid controls. It's available in seven .NET platforms, JavaScript (Angular 2, Angular, React, and Vue support included) and even Xamarin native mobile.

Getting Started with C1Studio's Native WPF Reporting Tool

2016v3 Release adds native Reporting tool for WPF. FlexReport for WPF (Beta) adds capabilities to create reports in WPF, and render them in it's Report Viewer control - the FlexViewerPane (Beta). Here is some information you may want to go through -

Using the WPF Report Viewer in an MVVM Application

As of 2016 v3 release, FlexReport for WPF is now available in beta! Let's look at the basics of MVVM and how Flexreport can be integrated into your MVVM app.

Redesign the Periodic Table as a .NET Sunburst Chart

In the world of data visualization, standard techniques like Tables, Bars and Pies have always been the conventional choice. However, you may want a more unconventional option so users can visualize large amounts of complex data easily, clearly and efficiently. In this blog, we'll look at how we can turn the Periodic Table into a Sunburst chart, bringing a new paradigm to modern data visualization.

Plotting Hierarchical and Flat Data in a .NET Sunburst Chart

Continuing with our Getting Started with .NET Sunburst Charts... series, let's dig deeper and understand more about the data that you can visualize with Sunburst chart.

Getting Started with .NET Sunburst Chart for WPF, WinForms, and UWP

As we continue leading the way on the latest data visualization trends, we're happy to announce the addition of a .NET Sunburst chart, a modern chart that lets you visualize hierarchical data beyond the classical bars and circles. Sunburst is the newest chart available with our FlexChart chart control.

How to Add ComboBox to a Grid Cell in FlexGrid for WPF and UWP

One of the frequently asked questions about FlexGrid control is how to add ComboBox to a grid cell. FlexGrid features a special class that allows you to do this automatically.

40+ .NET Chart Types Offered in ComponentOne Studio FlexChart

FlexChart's flexibility allows you to create over 40 different .net chart types from its basic offerings. Watch this 3-minute video to see all the types of charts we offer for WinForms, MVC, WPF, and Universal Windows Platform.

Custom WYSIWYG printing of WPF Scheduler

The Scheduler for WPF includes several default printing styles and includesa sample of printing that enables users to get quick printouts. This default printing and previewing uses C1PrintDocument, and it uses scripts to design each printing style. The printout styles are designed to be printer-friendly and are more basic than the C1Scheduler control itself: they lack color, and if your schedules are fairly busy, the printouts don't show long or overlapping appointments exactly the same as they appear on screen. Some users have said they'd like more flexibility with the control: specifically, WYSIWIG printing.Download sample source code

Customize Chart Data Points with Conditional Formatting and Custom Symbols

One of the most common chart requirements is to customize the appearance of the data points—the individual values that are plotted on the chart. The representation of data points (known as symbols) varies depending upon the chart type being used, so customizing a data point in a Column/Bar chart would imply customizing the appearance of the columns/bars. Similarly, customizing a data point in LineSymbols/SplineSymbols/Scatter chart implies customizing the appearance of circular/square shaped symbols at that particular point.

Video: Getting Started with FlexChart for WPF

Create beautiful, flexible data visualizations with FlexChart for WPF. This 3-minute video walks you through adding and configuring a chart to your WPF apps, including:

Introducing FinancialChart for WPF, UWP, and WinForms

ComponentOne Studio's new FlexChart control handles your charting needs for modern visualization and faster rendering. With 2016 v2 release, we've gone a step further to cater to your industry-specific charting needs and included a brand new control: FinancialChart (in beta), built on top of FlexChart control.

Adding a Ribbon to Spread WPF

The Spread WPF Designer provides useful properties and settings that developers can change to create specific sheets and templates for use in their application. This functionality could be useful to users as well, and the bulk of that functionality is contained within a Ribbon toolbar. This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions for adding an open-source Ribbon toolbar to a WPF application with Spread. The toolbar that is used in this tutorial is an open-source ribbon for WPF applications called “Fluent Ribbon”, and it can be found here: Fluent Ribbon GitHub