Just over a year ago I wrote a post mentioning some of the excellent open source libraries available for creating charts on the iOS platform. At the time I received some feedback saying I should have mentioned some of the commercial charting applications such as Shinobi Charts, but preferred not to mention what I couldn’t test.
The guys over at ServerDensity have written an informative article on why they chose the commercial graphing solution Shinobi Charts after also looking at Core:Plot, iOSPlot, iOS:Chart, and the Keepedge library.
The library also explains some of the other choices they made in designing their great looking app and some of the adjustments made between the iPhone and iPad versions.
Here’s an image from the article showing some graphs within the iPad version of their app.
You can find the article over on the Server Density blog here.
You can find the Shinobi Controls site here.
A very informative article if you’re developing an application in which charts
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