We prepared a demo of LightningChart’s unmatched scrolling line plot performance. Scrolling line plot of EIGHT BILLION (8,000,000,000) data points or even more. In 2016, LightningChart .NET was able to visualize 1.8 Billion data points in real-time line chart with...read more
Using Scale Breaks in Data Visualization Starting from LightningChart® .NET version 8, X axes has supported Scale breaks. Scale breaks allow excluding specific X ranges, e.g. inactive trading hours/dates or machinery off-production hours. In effect, scale breaks allow...read more
We released a new version 8.5.1 on January 9th, 2020. This is a fifth major release of the v.8 LightningChart .NET line. The release concentrates mainly on SDK usability issues and some feature improvements. At the release we're bringing new Dev Center, completely...read more
Resources for LightningChart® Products Here in Arction we certainly want our customers to succeed at every level of their developing journey. That is why we have established a comprehensive set of guides, manuals, examples and other beneficial tools to our...read more
Did you know that LightningChart .NET WinForms and WPF also supports Windows 10 IoT Enterprise?
Windows 10 IoT provides a family of operating systems for device builders to develop solutions from compact low-power devices to servers.read more
Great news – LightningChart is now compatible with .NET Core 3!
LightningChart 8.4.1 WinForms and WPF can be used in Core 3 WinForms / WPF libraries respectively. LightningChart source code does not support compilation as Core 3 libraries.read more
Happy Easter to everyone! Warmest wishes from Arction team!read more
LightningChart® version 8.4 with new features and improvements is now released!read more