New versions of WPF Elements, Silverlight Elements, Phone Elements!

We’re pleased to announce a trio of releases: WPF Elements 4.1, Silverlight Elements 2.1 and Phone Elements 1.1!

This point release occurs at the same time as it represents primarily the addition of new charting types across the product line and the sharing of performance improvements across them all. There is also a roll up of individual product improvements in each product as well.

What’s new in all three products?

  • Polar charts including rose charts, radar charts and polar scatter/bubble charts
  • Additional events for interactive chart usage (e.g. DataSeries.SelectedDataPointChanged)
  • Added ChartAxis.MinimumRange, TitleVisibility and LabelStep properties
  • DataSeries.Visibility can be used to collapse a series on the chart
  • Additional performance improvements

We have also rolled up a number of general enhancements – for example basic image support in the Silverlight Rich Text Editor, improved keyboard navigation in the Book and Coverflow controls and new colour palettes for WPF and Silverlight.

This brings the number of overall controls to 45+ for WPF Elements, 40+ for Silverlight Elements and 30+ for Phone Elements. If you haven’t tried these products before but want to create amazing user experiences you can download the trials free from the download page. Customers already have the latest builds available on their account pages.

To whet your appetite, here’s an example application built using WPF Elements charting:

 
WPF Dashboard built with WPF Elements
 

We would, as always, love to hear your feedback on what’s new and what you’d like to see in the future.

Happy coding!

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