Chart FX for WPF
Chart FX for WPF makes the application experience more enjoyable and intuitive to
the user and our WPF-related smarts, visuals and user interface innovations will
unleash new ways of exploring and analyzing enterprise data.
Chart FX and Windows Presentation Foundation
For 15+ years Software FX has been setting the standard in enterprise data visualization
and now, having worked closely with the Microsoft WPF development team, Chart FX
for WPF combines cutting-edge WPF technology with Software FX's rich history of
With it's impressive chart types, animations, motifs, layouts, palettes, borders,
markers and multiple axes, Chart FX for WPF allows you to create visually-appealing
charts in minutes.
Chart FX leverages WPF's 3D engine to allow users to manipulate any of the chart's
elements and also provide a compelling UI to make analyzing data more intuitive.
For the first time ever, both developers and designers will be able to fully style
chart elements and tightly couple Chart FX for WPF to their application and user
Along with its exciting visual possibilities, Chart FX for WPF takes advantage of
.NET Framework 3.5 and offers LINQ support as well as seamless integration into
Visual Studio and Expression Blend.
New Version 8.1 Released
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Check Out Chart FX for WPF in Action!
The Chart FX Silverlight Add-On extends Chart FX 7 and allows developers to add Chart FX functionality to their Silverlight web applications.
WPF Community Blog
Chart FX for WPF Resources
Visit our blog to read the latest posts on Chart FX for WPF and its groundbreaking technology.
Interact with the Chart FX for WPF Demo Application used in Tim Huckaby's presentation at TechEd 2008.
Note: .NET 3.0 is required to run this sample.
Download the latest .NET Framework which supports WPF development.