Add new features to your Xamarin.iOS apps with a new waterfall chart, custom stamp annotations in PDF Viewer, and timeline view support in Scheduler.
The new waterfall series in Xamarin.iOS Charts allows users to visualize a sequence of positive and negative values.
This feature allows users to customize the appearance of individual axis elements in Xamarin.iOS Charts.
DataGrid supports right-to-left (RTL) arrangement for users working in right-to-left languages like Hebrew, Arabic, or Persian.
Add additional rows at the top and bottom of the DataGrid that are not bound with data objects from the underlying data source.
Word library now provides the following features in mail merge:
Word library now allows creating group shapes in Word documents (DOCX) and preserving them in DOCX-to-PDF conversion.
Right-to-left (RTL) text rendering in Word-to-PDF conversion has been improved.
Users can render polylines and point shapes to show river views and road views on maps.
Align map markers to vertical and horizontal positions such as start, center, and end.
Set or change PDF annotation review statuses and make comments.
Create a 2.0 version of PDF.
PowerPoint library now allows enabling write protection for PowerPoint presentations.
This feature allows visually impaired users to efficiently interact with the PDF Viewer control.
Custom stamp annotation allows users to include any form of Xamarin.iOS UI widget like UIButton, UITextField, UITextView, and UIImageView anywhere in the pages of the PDF Viewer. You can perform operations like add, move, resize, and delete on custom stamp annotations. Also, you can save and load the existing custom stamp annotations associated with the PDF document in the PDF Viewer control.
The PDF Viewer control helps users find specific text within a PDF file more quickly. Now, users can find the total number of occurrences of the searched text and its current instance, too.
This feature provides a drill-down option to visualize large sets of data in a minimal data view.
Certain Excel charts support drop lines to help viewers determine a data point’s value on the horizontal axis.
Cells with formulas referring to other cells can be retrieved by the GetDirectPrecedents() and GetDirectDependents() methods.