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We are pleased to announce that SciChart Android SDK v1.1.1 has now been released! Please see below for the list of improvements / features added and bugs fixed.

If you are using SciChart Android v1.x then this update is a drop-in replacement.

What’s New in SciChart Android v1.1.1?

  • Fixed MinimalZoomConstrain bug in DateAxis; added unit tests
  • Fixed Android Installer Zip: some example source code was not included as file paths were too long. This is now resolved and the examples now compile.
  • Improved the ShiftedAxes example – axes made more visible
  • Improved the CategoryLabelProvider API – now can convert from Dates directly.
  • Fixed incorrect rendering of axis when render surfaces changes – added invalidateElement() call which sets dirty flags which is required for correct rendering + test
  • Cosmetic changes to the CreateRealtimeTickingStockChart example’s code
  • Using Gradlew for Deploy.01.CreateAar.bat not Gradle. Solves build errors from our source code on some PCs.
  • Fixed crash of “Realtime Ticking Stock Charts” example – fragment was renamed in r1291 without changing of example definition
  • Fixed incorrect position of axes in ShiftedAxes example on startup – added custom layout manager which performs addition layout pass during first layout of chart;

Where to get SciChart Downloads?

You can get the SciChart Android SDK v1.1.1 from the Downloads page. Source code customers can also get-latest from our Github repository.


Best regards,

Andrew Burnett-Thompson
Andrew Burnett-Thompson
CEO / Founder of SciChart & SciTrader. Masters (MEng) and PhD in Electronics & Signal Processing.

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