Introducing: SciChart iOS v2. Real-time High Performance Charts
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SciChart for iOS v2 is a Real-time, High Performance Native iOS and Android Chart library, which allows developers to create next-gen scientific, financial & medical apps for iPad and iPhone.
In this video:
1.) 0:17 iPad, iOS, iPhone Spectrum Analyzer / RF Analyzer / Audio Analyzer App demo
2.) 0:45 iOS ECG / EKG Heart Rate Monitor, Fitness App Demo
3.) 0:55 iOS Stock trading, stock market trader app demo
4.) 1:20 iOS Chart Performance Demo
5.) 1:30 iOS Scatter Chart, iOS Column Chart, iOS Bubble Chart demos
With over 60 ObjectiveC and Swift 3 examples, and 30 Xamarin.iOS examples, SciChart allows you to get started quickly creating rich, interactive charts in your iOS apps.
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By anonymous 2017-09-20
iOS chart libraries
1.Core Plot : https://github.com/core-plot/core-plot
Core Plot is a plotting framework for OS X and iOS. It provides 2D visualisation of data, and is tightly integrated with Apple technologies like Core Animation, Core Data, and Cocoa Bindings.
Advantage: Core Plot is a free, open source charting library available under the New BSD License.
2.Shinobi Charts : http://www.shinobicontrols.com/ios/shinobicharts
Shinobi Controls released their new charting library, Shinobi Charts. This is a paid library but with a free 30 day trial available. It features several chart types, from Pie and Donut to Bar and Column and Area charts.Shinobi comes packaged with a comprehensive set of apple style documentation.
In terms of the smoothness of the interaction with the charts, Shinobi has a clear advantage. Pan and zoom have momentum and smoothly move to the new range requested. The performance of the Shinobi interaction is also markedly better than Core Plot, especially when there are a lot of labels visible on the chart.
Shinobi is very lightweight and perfect.
3.KeepEdge : http://www.keepedge.com/products/iphone_charting/
The KeepEdge iPhone Charting Library for iPhone Objective-C is a paid library with a free trial available. It features a wide range of chart types, ranging from a standard line chart to Stock High Low charts and 3D Clustered Bar charts. KeepEdge does include a TimeSeries chart, with a date/time axis.
Price plans : http://www.keepedge.com/purchase/#pIphoneChart
4.JBChartView : https://github.com/Jawbone/JBChartView
Jawbone's iOS-based charting library for both line and bar graphs. It is easy to set-up, and highly customizable.
- Drop-in UIView subclass supported across all devices.
- Lie and bar graph support.
- Simple to use protocols modeled after a UITableView.
- Highly customizable.
- Expand & collapse animation support.
- Requires iOS 7 or later.
Requires Automatic Reference Counting (ARC)
After a bit of googling , i have found that Core-plot is one of most flexible libraries and free of cost . But if we can afford paid one ShinobiControls is worth of buying , it provides iOS software and Android components to ease the development of native, cross platform mobile apps.
5. SwiftCharts : https://github.com/i-schuetz/SwiftCharts
This is a new charts library for iOS, written in Swift. It's free, open source, said to be easy to use and highly customizable. Video.
6. SciChart : https://www.scichart.com/ios-charts
This is a new chart library for iOS, written in Objective-C and supporting Swift as well. It's paid, but very powerful for streaming charts and realtime updates. Video.
By anonymous 2017-09-20
SciChart is the best chart & graph library for iOS, iPhone and iPad.
- Draw line charts, bar charts, scatter charts, mountain charts, column charts
- Draw candlestick charts, OHLC charts
- Draw heatmaps / spectrograms
- Support multiple X,Y axis, tooltips, legends
- Support zooming, panning and scaling via touch
- Do all this at blazing speed
It is also rated 5* by its users.
Have a look at the introductory video for more info.
Disclosure: I am the tech lead on the scichart project