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We believe that a killer developer product comes with support resources just as good as the product itself. To that end we have built a developer sample application to help you get off to a fast start with UI for iOS. It contains a comprehensive set of examples with source code available for use. In this blog post, I will explain what it covers and where to find it.
Starting with its first public version at the end of January, UI for iOS is gaining speed. The new features are Trackball and Annotation support for the iOS chart. You will definitely enjoy the performance enhancements introduced for the Pan and Zoom feature. Last but not least the demo app is available for free download from the iPad App Store allowing you to experience the power of the chart with a click of a button.
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