An update for everyone here:
We now support Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android (Xamarin Native) but no official layer for Xamarin Forms. However, this does not mean you cannot use SciChart in Xamarin Forms. You will need to write a small module to contain the chart and a custom renderer. See some documentation from Xamarin on how to do this here:
Any Xamarin.Forms control that allows Content to be set, or that has a Children collection, can add platform-specific views. For example, an iOS UILabel can be directly added to the ContentView.Content property, or to the StackLayout.Children collection. However, note that this functionality requires the use of #if defines in Xamarin.Forms Shared Project solutions, and isn’t available from Xamarin.Forms .NET Standard library solutions.
We don’t have a specific example how to do this yet, however, if you wish to see SciChart in Xamarin Forms or for us to create more examples, please vote for it on our features request system.
To access, please see here: https://www.scichart.com/feedback-policy/
SciChart iOS/Android can already be used in Xamarin Forms projects.
Please see this article for details.
In the future, we may provide Xamarin Forms specific wrapper around the SciChart iOS & Android components, it depends a lot on demand from customers.
Any news or plans on when or if you believe to support Xamarin Forms ?
This for my company is becoming a strategic decision on which chart control we should use in migrating our SL application which is now using SciChart Ver. 3.61 for Silverlight .
As you know i was with you since Ver. 1.7 for SL (long time ago 😉 ), a very happy experience !
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