Posts tagged with '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.
Create beautiful, flexible data visualizations with FlexChart for UWP. This 3-minute video walks you through adding and configuring a chart to your Windows 10 apps, including:
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.
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:
The 2016 Rio Olympics are now well underway, and GrapeCity the occasion is commemorating by providing a Medal Tracker web app using our sister product Wijmo. For Xuni, we've developed a Xamarin.Forms sample that has many of the same features.
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.
It's July, and that means our second major release of 2016 has been released into the wild. You'll find some fantastic new controls and a lot of great enhancements.
Create beautiful, flexible data visualizations with FlexChart for WinForms. This 3-minute video walks you through adding and configuring a chart to your WinForms apps, including:
FlexChart is a completely revamped and a newer C1Chart that empowers developers for their application's .NET charting needs.
- data visualization
- .net charts
- componentone studio
- wpf chart
- .net chart
- add multiple secondary axes to chart
- winforms chart
- uwp chart
- add multiple data sources to chart
- rotate axis labels
- toggle legend in chart
- select data series in chart
- select data point in chart
- chart range selector
- fastest .net chart
As you may have heard, ASP.NET Core 1.0 just went officially live! We'll be covering it more in the weeks to come--what to expect, etc.--but in the meantime, check out all the great demos we've got. Our MVC Edition is fully compatible.
Update(2016 v2): FlexChart now supports Axis Title styling.
- data visualization
- .net charts
- Display Axis line
- hide Axis lines
- Display Axis Titles
- Change the axis scale
- Configure Tick Marks
- configure axis grid lines
- configure axis interval
- Plot Multiple Axis
- auxiliary axis
- secondary axis
- manage overlapped labels
- format axis labels
Several years back I remember talking to many other iOS users about popular and practical apps. I remember one of the most popular apps was a PDF annotation app that allowed you to input your own free hand annotations. Since then I’ve always considered that, on some level, people still want to have the ability to interact with digital data in much the same way they interact with printed materials. Writing your own free hand notes and annotations is sometimes the most natural way to interact with data. In this blog we’ll examine how you can add the ability to write your own free hand notes and annotations to a FlexChart.
Today we'll look into how to build custom tooltips for charts in WinForms, UWP, and WPF. Tooltips are an important, integral addition to charts: they provide additional information about the data without adding visual clutter. You'll find that tooltips in FlexChart and FlexPie are easily configurable, highly flexible chart elements.
Visualize your data in a wide span of Cartesian chart types including bar, column, area, line, spline, scatter, bubble, high-low-open-close (HLOC) and candle. In this blog post I’ll show you how you can customize FlexChart to fit your charting requirements.
The ChartBuilder app in the App Store, Google play and Windows Store has recently been updated to version 2.0. This version addressed some critical issues and added pie chart support.
Earlier we introduced our new chart control, FlexChart for WinForms, and showcased how easy it is to perform basic tasks with the chart. In this blog, we'll go a step further and explore an important chart element: Series and the flexibility it offers.