TeeChart.NET Chart Now Available for Windows Phone 7

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For developers who are creating Windows Phone 7 charting applications, the release of TeeChart for .NET Chart for Windows Phone 7 will be welcome news. This release includes speed enhancements which improve the speed that charts are loaded on a Windows Phone 7 device.

Director of Development at Steema Software, Marc Meumann, discussed the release today, stating that "Support for Windows Phone 7 has been the next logical step for TeeChart's component suite for Microsoft's Visual Studio .NET. TeeChart on Visual Studio.NET offers seamless migration and code reusability giving great quality charting applications to the Phone 7 platform."

For developers who are creating Windows Phone 7 charting applications, the release of TeeChart for .NET Chart for Windows Phone 7 will be welcome news. This release includes speed enhancements which improve the speed that charts are loaded on a Windows Phone 7 device.

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