We are pleased to announce that SciChart v4.0 Build 7946 is finally here! This major update adds 2D & 3D chart types to the SciChart SDK, plus makes many API and performance improvements making this release the best, and fastest edition of SciChart ever!
In case you haven’t seen it, we are discounting all SciChart 3D product purchases and upgrades until February 28th as part of our Early Bird Discount.
Remember, the Early Bird Discount ends on 28th Feb so get in touch!
Did you know we’ve been secretly building SciChart for iOS and Android? And did you know that our Android charts are extremely fast, like world-beating fast?
It’s being used already by one customer to build bespoke medical instruments and is flattening the competition in terms of performance.
On our new homepage we’ve added buttons to sign up to the newsletter for SciChart iOS and Android. If you’re interested in either of these platforms and want to receive (infrequent, non spammy) updates about our progress as well as BETA or early access/purchase, please sign up!
Are you working as a researcher or student in a university? Love what you see in SciChart but can’t afford it? Well, we understand how it is to not have budget , we were once students too!
.. Electronic Engineering, actually 😉 *fist bump*
We are discounting, or even giving away SciChart licenses in exchange for publicity / link backs from high domain-authority ranking sites. Please see our Educational Discounts page for more details.
Well basically if you can give us an article or link back to us from a university website it will help us in search engine rankings by increasing our domain trust, and no-one is more trusted than educational websites. A decent article / link and you’re effectively paying for the software in what we would save on marketing, so it’s a win win!
Get in contact if you are interested to learn more.
Do you have any feedback for SciChart v4 SDK? Please tell us! We love to hear from our userbase and continue to improve our products & services.
You can do this by clicking ‘Send a Smile’ in the SciChart v4 Examples App. Or, go old-school and use email!