TeeChart is a developer tool for Android developers that adds charts to your Android application. TeeChart provides complete, quick and easy to use charting .NET, Java, ActiveX / COM, PHP and Delphi VCL controls for business, Real-time, Financial and Scientific applications.
This preview is intended to show some of the features that are available to developers. The Developer version is now available for evaluation at http://www.steema.com/download/java.
The release version of TeeChart for Android Charting component Library offers optional 100% sourcecode in Android Java (AWT/Swing and SWT formats are available too from Steema Software). It supports major Java programming environments including IBM Eclipse, Sun NetBeans, IntelliJ IDEA and Oracle JDeveloper.
The charting library offers 50 Java Chart styles (in 2D and 3D plus multiple combinations), 38 mathematical functions and 20 Chart tools components for additional functionality including dragging of series marks, annotation objects, cursors and manual trend lines, coloring bands, etc.
Line (Tape), Points (Scatter XY and XYZ 3D Scatter), Area (Stacked and negative), FastLine (real-time speed), Horizontal Line, Bar and Horizontal Bar (Stacked and negative), Pie (Exploded, partial angle), Shape (Cube, Pyramid, Cylinder, etc), Arrow (Callout), Bubble, Gantt, Candle (Finantial OHLC High-Low), Donut (Exploded Doughnut), Volume (Stock), Bar 3D, Points 3D, Polar, Radar, Clock, WindRose, Pyramid, Surface (XYZ Grid Mesh), LinePoint, BarJoin.class, ColorGrid, Waterfall, Histogram, Error, ErrorBar, Contour (Contouring Levels), Smith, Calendar, HighLow, TriSurface (Voronoi triangulation of arbitrary XYZ points), Funnel, Box (Box Whisker), Horizontal Box, Horizontal Area, Tower, Point and Figure, Gauges, Vector 3D, Map (Mapping GIS), Bezier, Bar with Image, IsoSurface (Auto Leveled XYZ Mesh), Circular Gauge, Linear Gauge, Vertical Linear Gauge, Horizontal Histogram.
50 Chart styles (in 2D and 3D plus multiple combinations) including Gauges
38 mathematical functions
100% sourcecode for Android Java
Run-time Editor, Gallery dialogs
20 Chart Tool components for additional functionality, like dragging series marks, annotation objects, cursors and manual trend lines, coloring bands, etc
Chart Grid component to manage data
Multiple-axis support both horizontal and vertical
Customisation of axis labels and legend items
Great cosmetic properties for all texts and drawings
Complete set of chart styles, both in 2D and 3D
Live and animated zoom and scroll. Multi-touch and mouse wheel supported
2D and 3D
Custom drawing canvas
Design and runtime integrated Chart and Series editor
New improved Javadoc format help plus Tutorials
Many new visual features, transparency, colour gradients, gray-scale.
Mathematical and statistical functions:
Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, High, Low, Average, Count,
Momentum, Momentum Division, Cumulative, Exponential Average, Smoothing, Custom User Defined, Root Mean Square,
Standard Deviation (StdDeviation), Stochastic, Exponential Moving Average, Performance, CrossPoints, Compress OHLC,
CLV, OBV, CCI, Moving Average, PVO, DownSampling,
Trend, Correlation, Variance, Perimeter, CurveFitting,
ADX, Bollinger, MACD, SAR, RSI, Histogram Function.
This is the QVD client for the Android platform.
QVD is a highly scalable, cost effective, easy to manage, open source VDI solution built on top of Linux.
The main focus is to provide desktop access for large number of users with a very small footprint for each user session by:
* Using the same OS image for all the users (using overlays)
* Sharing memory between user processes (using LXC)
* Using small bandwidth (using NX)
This version includes the Xvncpro application, you should be able to use the qvdclient instead of the xvncpro application as X11 / X server.
How do I test it
* Click select demo connection and click on connect.
* Alternatively register in http://theqvd.com for the demo and use the following info
Login: your email address
Password: will be emailed to you
A free version is embedded in the qvd client application (search Google Play for qvdclient), which you can invoke with Menu->Xvnc console, or the xvncpro icon.
This should be seen as a tool do port existing X11 applications to Android. See the help page for information about how to transparently invoke the X server from your application.
Information about how to use the X server with ssh to export remote display of your linux dektop can be found in the help section.
If you don't know what all this is then probably this application is not for you :-)
This work has been sponsored by Qindel for their QVD project, which I credit here http://theqvd.com