Learn how to write XAML to configure the Cartesian Chart control.
- [Instructor] In the previous videos,…we have the grid layout…and our first control, the angular cage,…so now, let's add another control.…In this case, it will be a control…that allows us to draw lines as a chart or graph.…Now, this is called Cartesian chart…and we'll place it on grid row one…and grid column one, but this time,…the row span will be four.…
So just look at the top of the control here…where we have the graphical layout,…there's four rows on the right below the button.…So the button is on the first row…and then we have four even rows.…We're going to span all four.…So our visualization, drawing the chart here,…will actually span all of the right hand side of our form,…and in the gauges, we'll plug in into the four cells…in the left hand column.…Now, I'm going to draw quite fast using this,…so I'm actually going to disable the animation…so we can have a nice, high frame rate.…
We'll say hoverable false as well, all to help with speed…and even the data tool tips, we'll even disable those…and we do that by setting the value to null…
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