Posts tagged with 'flexchart'
It's March 2016, so that means we're launching our first major release of 2016!
When you want your MVC FlexChart available outside your application, for example in a report, Web API lets you export your chart as just about any image type you might want.
ChartBuilder is a new app in the App Store, Google play and Windows Store that is built using Xamarin.Forms and Xuni FlexChart and FlexGrid. The app allows you to build and customize a chart and then save it as a picture to your phone or tablet.
A high-level roadmap for ComponentOne Studio in 2016. By the end of 2016, core controls will be available in ASP.NET MVC, WinForms and WPF; UWP will have them all by the end of 2017.
Interactive line markers are an important aspect of the Xuni 2015v3 release, and we've previously covered using them in both iOS and Xamarin. They are an easy way to convey similar information to the contents of a tooltip, but often require less space and less precise interactions which can be very helpful in a mobile environment. Here, we'll examine using line markers on the Android platform including the steps necessary for setup and some configuration possibilities.
Financial Chart for MVC's Fibonacci tool can be used to mark an uptrend or a downtrend with one property.
A brief overview of the changes you'll find in ASP.NET 5 from Microsoft: TagHelpers, project JSON, Razor code, and more
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.
In this post I will introduce the line marker feature specifically for Xamarin.Forms users. The line marker feature helps the user discover precise data values for a given position on the chart by dragging horizontal and/or vertical lines over the plot with an attached label.
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 2015 v3 release of Xuni brings several major new features to the product, and one of the biggest is interactive line markers for FlexChart. Line markers are a very useful way of conveying a large amount of information to a user in situations where screen real estate is limited, which is often the case in mobile apps. Line markers don’t require the same tapping precision needed to display tooltips, nor do they use up as much screen space as static data labels. Thus they are often the perfect mechanism for allowing a user to interact with a chart, and obtain precise information about multiple series. By simply dragging over the chart a user can quickly determine they information that they need.
This release we've made several improvements for mobile scenarios including adaptive column layouts in FlexGrid and touch-enabled line markers for FlexChart. Other new features include cell freezing and column resizing in FlexGrid and on-demand loading in CollectionView.
A comprehensive new of all the new features in ComponentOne Studio 2015 v3, featuring FlexReport for WinForms, FinancialChart for MVC, and FlexPivot for WinForms.
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.
"9 Top .NET UI Component Collections: Simplify development of your next project by taking advantage of these UI control collections," originally posted on VisualStudioMagazine.com by Terrence Dorsey on September 8, 2015, features a variety of controls collections for Visual Studio. Leading the list was our family of products: ComponentOne Studio, Wijmo and Xuni, all included in Ultimate. As identified in the subtitle of the article, our products are designed to simplify the development of your application through high-end, lightweight and highly-customizable controls for Windows, web or mobile development.
Add a RangeSelector and browse the chart types in the FlexChart for LightSwitch Cloud Business Apps control.