All about WPF Charts

All about WPF Charts

About the WPF charts

WPF Charts is a UK blog that provides information about the charts that can be created using the Windows operating systems. As it gives you details on how to use these charts and their applicability, this blog wants to assist users with updated information. As the Widows Presentation Foundation charts…

WPF is continuously improving

WPF Charts software is slowly gaining more popularity due to its effectiveness and spectacular results. Recently, SciChart (leader in the WPF Charts software market) has made a pretty bold step and transferred their SciChart Realtime WPF Chart software to mobile devices such as iOS and Android. Basically this has been…

WPF Markup and Code-Behind

The Windows Presentation Foundation charts brings programming enhancements for development of Windows client application. One of these enhancements that`s considered important is the possibility to develop an application by using markup and code-behind together, something that the developers using ASP.NET should already be familiar with. The implementation of an appearance…

Code-Behind and Markup

Additional programming enhancements are offered by WPF for Windows client application development. Probably the most obvious enhancement is the possibility to use both markup and code-behind, something that ASP.NET developers should be familiar with. The appearance implementation of an application is generally done by using the Extensible Application Markup Language also known…

WPF Applications

The foundation of the WPF application development experience is formed from System.Windows, .NET Framework and code-behind and markup. In addition to these, Windows Presentation Foundation is creating rich content user experiences by having comprehensive features. The content is put together as a package and delivered as "applications". Services and types…

WPF Programming

Located in the System.Windows namespace for the most part WPF exists as a subset of .NET Framework. WPF programming experience should be familiar if one has previously built applications with .NET Framework using ASP.NET and Windows Forms. What you can do is you can set properties, handle events, instantiate classes, all using…