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What's New in SciChart SDK v7

SciChart WPF v7 has been released and brings some exciting enhancements to the SciChart WPF 2D & 3D Chart control suite! We outline the main enhacncements and features below.

More details can be found in the full release note at scichart.com/scichart-wpf-v7-0-released

.NET 6.0 Support

SciChart WPF is now multi-targeted to support .NET 6. This target is included in NuGet packages and also shipped with our installer.

Additional retargetting & assembly signing

Raised Minimum .NET Framework to 4.6.2

.NET 4.5 is out ex-support, so for SciChart WPF v7 we've raised the minimum .NET Framework version to 4.6.2 LTS.

You can continue to use SciChart WPF in .NET Framework v4.6.2, 4.7 and 4.8 applications, as well as .NET Core 3.1.

Retargeted C++ libraries to MSVC 143 C++

We've retargetted our core C++ libraries and dependencies to MSVC 143 in order to be take advantage of the latest enhancements in the platform tools.

Improved Assemblies Security / Signed C++ Assemblies

We're now running full SAST Security analysis (static code analysis) on the SciChart WPF codebase.

By request, we've also signed the C++ libraries used in SciChart WPF.

A Complete New Look to SciChart!

More details can be found at scichart.com/scichart-wpf-v7-0-released, but we've implemented a complete new look to the SciChart WPF Examples app, all 175 examples have been updated and the website rebranded. Go take a look!. 

Improved 3D Chart Text Rendering

We've replaced the 3D Chart text rendering with a proprietary, in-house text drawing engine. This is part of our cross-platform Visual Xccelerator (TM) graphics engine.

The new text rendering in 3D Charts offers quality improvements as well as support for special characters, Japanese text, Chinese text, Korean, Cyrillic characters and Arabic. More details at scichart.com/scichart-wpf-v7-0-released!  

Multiple other minor features, bug fixes and enhancements

We've fixed a number of bugs and added minor improvements to the library. More details over at the full release note.