Posts tagged with 'flexchart'
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.
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.
- what's new
- data visualization
- .net reporting
- .net charts
- componentone studio
- release history
- MVC Reporting
- HTML5 Report Viewer
- mvc scaffolding
- MVC SpreadSheet
- .net grids
- data management
ComponentOne Studio's new extensible .NET chart control, available in beta for both WinForms and UWP, blends a rare flavor of usability, flexibility and great performance with a rich out-of-the-box feature set that will speed up your development.
The first Xuni release of 2016 is finally here! We've packed a lot into this release including a new calendar control that fills a major gap in the standard toolkits, as well as several major enhancements for FlexGrid and FlexChart. Each feature we've added delivers new functionality and helps improve the mobile experience in some way. And as always, everything new in this release is supported in all the Xuni platforms: iOS, Android, Xamarin.Forms, Xamarin.Android, and Xamarin.iOS.
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.