SciChart WPF ships with hundreds of WPF Chart Examples which you can browse, play with, view the source-code and even export each WPF Chart Example to a stand-alone Visual Studio solution. All of this is possible with the new and improved SciChart WPF Examples Suite, which ships as part of the SciChart WPF Charts SDK.
You can get the SciChart WPF Examples Suite as part of the SciChart WPF SDK Trial. After installation, to find it, type ‘scichart wpf examples’ into your Windows start menu.
Once started, you can browse categories of our WPF Chart Examples such as WPF 2D Charts, WPF 3D Charts and Featured Applications. Click on a WPF Chart Example to enter it. You’ll find the example toolbar on the left, the navigation breadcrumb on the top, and the info panel on the right.
Inside each of our WPF Chart Examples, you can browse the source code and see how we implemented this WPF Chart. Alternatively, you can also export each WPF Chart Example to Visual Studio as a stand-alone project. This time-saving allows you to get started in record time when using the SciChart WPF SDK.
We’ve included a search engine in the SciChart WPF Examples Suite which indexes all the examples and allows you to search by title, description or the source-code with relevant word highlighting. Try searching for ‘CursorModifier‘ or ‘ZoomPan’ and you will find relevant WPF Chart Examples which use these API features straight away.
We’ve included a number of rich featured applications and performance demos to help you evaluate not only the features, but also the performance of SciChart WPF Charts quickly and easily. Navigate to our Featured Apps section to see the demos. Performance Demos are best viewed with power-saving options set to High Power!
Finally, you can change the DirectX Compatibilty settings from inside the app. Experiencing issues with our DirectX-powered WPF Charts? Try setting the ‘Use Alternative Fill Source‘ option in the settings which allows better compatibility on older video cards. Also, you can switch renderer from DirectX to software at the click of a button.
The WPF Chart Examples suite is available as part of the SciChart WPF Trial, which you can get from our Downloads page. Although the SciChart Software is a 30-day trial, the WPF Examples Suite runs indefinitely (does not expire), so you can continue to browse and use our 125+ WPF Chart Examples even after the trial has expired.