Infragistics Ultimate UI for WPF 19.1

Infragistics Ultimate UI for WPF 19.1
Excel Library now has the ability to create combination charts.

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Feature Release

April 23, 2019 - 15:49
Infragistics Ultimate UI for WPF 19.1
Create combination charts

.NET Core 3 Support

  • .NET Core 3 apps will run approx. 30% faster than apps running on the .NET Framework.
  • You no longer require your customers to have a specific version of the .NET Framework installed. Your app ships with everything it needs to run. Your customers no longer care about having a "prerequisite" framework installed in order to use your app. This is a big deal in the enterprise.
  • Support for the .NET Core CLI tools and SDK-style projects in Visual Studio. This makes creating and maintaining apps, as well as implementing CI and DevOps processes so much easier.
  • Side-by-side installations. You can have all your WPF apps targeting different versions of .NET Core 3, and they can all run independently of each other.
  • You will be able to deploy your app as a single EXE. All your assemblies will be linked (code removed that isn't used), and then bundled together.
  • You can expect updates to WPF/WinForms at a much faster cadence as these updates no longer have to be released with an OS update.
  • Access to the full Windows 10 (AKA “WinRT”) API.
  • Ability to host UWP controls in WPF and Windows Forms applications, enabling modern browser and media content and standards.

Excel Library

  • The Excel Library now has the ability to create combination charts.

XamSpreadsheet

  • You can now load any Excel document containing a chart and it will render.