Getting Started on Mobile
The ChartIQ mobile SDK provides a native interface for iOS and Android developers to instantiate and interact with a ChartIQ chart. In order to use this mobile SDK you will need a copy of the Charting Library. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain an evaluation or permanent license.
Please read this tutorial outlining key information for building hybrid mobile applications using the Charting Library: Webviews and Containers.
When using the mobile SDK, use the following documentation:
Helper files and templates.
The following files are included in the library package to help you get going:
mobile/js/nativeSdkAccessibility.js: an add-on for nativeSdkBridge.js that will help hook into the voice accessibility mode in both Android and iOS and allow for custom announcements of quotes.
mobile/sample-template-native-sdk.html: is nearly identical to
Mobile specific library settings
By default, the cross-hair location will be slightly offset so a user can see where the cross-hair is instead of having render it right under their finger. This is done because in small devices, especially when displaying small candles the finger will cover a large area, losing track of where they are.
You can adjust the offsets by modifying the following parameters:
The following flags are available to identify devices: