Wednesday, November 12, 2008

New Telerik WPF charting and gauges on Channel 9

While at PDC last week, Vladimir Milev and I had the chance to spend about five minutes with Adam Kinney from Microsoft to show-off Telerik's new 2D and 3D charting engine for WPF. Adam caught the entire exchange on video and that video is now live for your viewing pleasure on Channel 9. If you haven't been paying attention, as part of Telerik's Q3 release, Telerik shipped a brand new charting engine for WPF that enables you to do some pretty cool data visualizations. You can animate your chart loading, build 3D charts (even using your own 3D models), and, of course, render all of the different chart types you typically need in an LOB app. We also shipped new XAML-based RadGauges for WPF and Silverlight that enable you to easily add gauge visualizations to your projects. You can download all of this stuff now by visiting the new A video is worth 10,000 words, though, so check out the video on Channel 9 or catch an embedded version after the break!


Anonymous said...

When is this coming to Silverlight???

Todd Anglin said...

@Matt- The gauges are already available for Silverlight and the charting should make it's Silverlight debut early next year. We're working hard to make sure all of our data visualization tech in WPF finds its way to SL as quickly as possible. Stay tuned for updates!