Charting in iOS operating system

The world is moving fast and progress is recorded at unprecedented levels in virtually anything surrounding us, in any tool or process we use and WPF charts and the platforms where they can be created make no exception.  Technology surrounds us and thanks to constantly improving software and technological advances in hardware, we can now do things in iOS that we could not imagine possible maybe only five years back.

Five years ago we were dreaming about WPF charts that run smooth and that can process millions of points, and progress was expected at a certain level, but who could have imagined that only in a few years we would have those high performance WPF charts not only on our desktop computers, but on our smartphones? Because if you didn’t know already, we can now develop real-time performing WPF charts just by taking our smart iOS device out of our pocket.

With extreme real-time performance you can create Android Line Charts but also scatter, column, stacked column, stacked bar, error bards, bubble, heat map, point-line or stacked mountain charts. The possibilities are numerous and the popular Xamarin. Android iOS chart types have blistering real-time capabilities.

At the moment we are mesmerized by the amazing performance that WPF Charts already have on Android and iOS operating systems, and we are totally right about it, the performances are truly amazing, but now the following questions arises: How will the WPF Charts industry look in five years from now? Can we imagine some aspects of it and what direction the industry will take? Or will we be so completely blown away by the next steps of technological evolution by companies such as SciChart that we simply can’t imagine where this road will take us? Either way we can only hope that our current WPF Charting needs will be satisfied by future updates even more than they are today.

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