Supporting the unsupported [Two fixes for the unofficial WPF Charting assembly!]

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  1. abrien says:

    Whoo hoo! 🙂 That’s great news.

    My project since last week at work has been to pull out reports from a database that stores our game’s performance. Usually, we did this through php, ajax, html, flash, etc. But my tools team is most efficient and experienced in .NET so I decided to test out making the report in a WPF Browser App. I was so glad to find your post at the same time, that the Silverlight charting worked in WPF, because the only other thing I had found was the WinForms version.

    It worked out great! The reports look really great, and I’m just amazed at how little code is behind it. I worked around the issue mentionned above simply by recreating the series instead of just replacing its ItemsSource. Other than that, the charting works really well with my WPF app. I use both Column and Line charts, I’ve styled the chart to get rid of the title and legend in some places. I push a ton of data to those charts and so far no issues.

    Thanks for the quick update!


  2. David Anson says:


    Thanks for the kind words – I’m glad we could help your team out! 🙂

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  4. Delay's Blog says:

    In yesterday’s post I updated the unsupported public build of WPF Charting . The WPF version of the System.Windows.Controls.DataVisualization.Toolkit.dll

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  6. Delay's Blog says:

    When I updated my ChartBuilder sample/application/learning tool for the March 09 release of the Silverlight

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