Posts tagged with 'flexchart'
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.
Use TagHelpers, FlexGrid, and FlexChart to visualize data within a grid cell.
Coming next week, we're releasing four new controls for LightSwitch Cloud Business Apps.
Animation is important in mobile because we want our apps to feel alive. When you interact with your phone what you’ll notice is that there is movement in response to your actions. The response you get is not always necessary to the functionality of the app. Sure, there’s scrolling but maybe the content also bounces or stretches as you reach the edge of a page. Maybe the part beneath your finger lights up or tilts to one side as if you are putting weight on it. If there were no movement how would it feel? It would feel frozen or dead. All of these non-imperative movements we’ll lump together into animation, and we know why animation is important.
If you have a mobile device in your pocket or on your desk, then you can now test out Xuni with the Xuni Explorer app. Now available in the App Store, Google Play and the Windows Store, the Xuni Explorer app showcases the controls so app developers can test them out on their device of choice.