Perm, Russian Federation – Nulana LTD today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of NChart3D 1.5, a universal charting framework that enables stunning data visualization in Mac OS X applications. iOS developers are already familiar with the iOS version of NChart3D. Now it comes to the Mac, letting developers create remarkable data visualizations in Mac apps as well.
NChart3D uses hardware-accelerated OpenGL ES based graphics that allows for the rendering of large amounts of data with excellent lighting effects while remaining responsive to user interactions. It’s extremely easy to use the framework inside the Objective-C Mac application, thanks to NChart3D Cocoa API. NChart3D 1.5 supports various different 2D and 3D chart types covering all the most popular analytical and scientific data visualization cases.
There are two versions of the NChart3D 1.5 for Mac OS X: Standard and Pro. Standard version is limited to two dimensions, but it still enables data processing, animations, high visual quality, flexible axes, interactivity and advanced customizations to develop excellent applications.
The Pro version of NChart3D 1.5 brings data visualization to a new level with 3D charts and real-time data updating.
The following chart types are supported:
* Column and cylindrical column
* Bar and cylindrical bar
* Line and step line
* Ribbon (3D line)
* Pie and doughnut
* Bubble and scatter
* Candlestick and OHLC
* NChart3D for iOS: iOS 5 and higher
* NChart3D for OS X: OS X 10.7 Lion and higher
Pricing and Availability:
NChart3D 1.5 Standard is $499. NChart3D Pro is $899 (USD). NChart3D 1.5 for Mac OS X is available for download on their website. The trial version is free to use for a thirty-day period.
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