Posts tagged with 'financialchart'
The general trend in the .NET world is interoperability, and we at GrapeCity see this continuing in 2018. Keeping this central to our future product planning, we'll continue to innovate and strengthen existing products.
Point and Figure is an age-old charting technique that was very popular before the invention of computers because of its objectivity and how simple it is to plot. With growing technology, other charting methods were made easier, and this classic paper-pencil method took a back seat. However, timeless charting has recently gained importance again, creating a renewed and growing interest for Point and Figure charts. With the 2017 v3 releases of ComponentOne Studio Enterprise and Wijmo, our FinancialChart control now lets you take advantage of timeless charting with Point and Figure charts.
ComponentOne Studio's FinancialChart control comes with built-in support for four types of Fibonacci tools that can be applied to a price or an indicator. These tools helps to analyze trends in the price chart and predict the next price. When the price goes up, they act as resistance levels, and vice-versa.
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 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.
We are pleased to announce that 2016 V1 adds new business controls and capabilities to various C1Studio ASP.NET Editions. MVC Edition now has a new FlexSheet control that enables you to build spreadsheet like apps for the web, and we're also launching FlexViewer as beta. FlexViewer lets users view .NET reports built with FlexReport on the web. Save time building MVC applications with scaffolding support for our MVC Edition controls, FinancialChart gets powerful analytical tools. Web Forms Edition continues to add features to major controls based on feedback from the community.
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Financial Chart for MVC's Fibonacci tool can be used to mark an uptrend or a downtrend with one property.
You can now clearly express patterns and trends in FinancialChart for MVC with a moving average trend line.
An introduction to ComponentOne Studio's FinancialChart for MVC control.
At GrapeCity, your suggestions are an integral part of the product design and roadmap. The 2015 V3 release is an example of how much your feedback is important to us , the majority of features in the ASP.NET stack is a result of valuable inputs from you. We have added new controls and features to all flavours of ASP.NET. In Web Forms we have added annotations in charts, ASP.NET MVC Edition has a new FinancialChart control and lot of features added to existing controls, the official release of Web API Edition has new excel and barcode REST API's.
The second in a series explaining the different types of charts available in ComponentOne Studio FinancialChart for MVC. This post covers CandleVolume and Arms CandleVolume charts.
The second in a series explaining the different types of charts available in ComponentOne Studio FinancialChart for MVC. This post covers Line Break and Kagi charts.
The second in a series explaining the different types of charts available in ComponentOne Studio FinancialChart for MVC. This post covers EquiVolume and Column Volume Charts.
The first in a series explaining the different types of charts available in ComponentOne Studio FinancialChart for MVC. This post covers Heikin-Ashii and Renko.
In the previous blog we introduced the FinancialChart control. We outlined some of the important features and provided instructions on how to get the necessary files; introduced how to use the base class; outlined what each of the chart types do and what they accomplished; and looked at the different chart types. In this blog, let's work with a simple candlestick chart and add some additional functionality to it—customize some properties, add analytics, and provide some styling.
We're thrilled to announce our newest and greatest control, FinancialChart. If you're already familiar with Wijmo5, you know that we already offer FlexChart, FlexPie, and our Gauge controls. These three controls covered a large percentage of charting requirements on the web. But as websites mature, the demands for charting are becoming increasingly specific and more robust in the web space.
Here's the final post in our Financials Charts Explained series, all of which will be available in Wijmo FinancialChart (due for release July 16). So far we've covered:
Here's part three in our Financials Charts Explained series, all of which will be available in Wijmo FinancialChart (due for release July 16). So far we've covered: