Avatar is a pure CSS control used to add initials, icons, or images representing people or objects in different shapes and sizes. The Avatar control can be easily integrated with ListView, Badge, Card, and other container controls.
The ASP.NET Core Avatar control supports various types of images to represent user profile images like those in applications such as Mail, Outlook, GitHub, and StackOverflow.
Represents a user’s initials in different sizes.
Create word or text avatars from user names.
The ASP.NET Core Avatar control supports well-known media types, icons, SVG, font icons, and text.
The ASP.NET Core Avatar control can be either square or circular in one of five sizes: extra small, small, medium, large, and extra large. By default, avatars are created in a square shape with a medium size.
Completely customize the avatar attributes, like dimensions and colors.
In applications like Gmail, StackOverflow, GitHub, and others, user avatars are represented using Identicons, which are visual representations of hash values of IP addresses.
Use the Syncfusion ASP.NET Core Avatar and Badge controls to integrate dynamically generated Identicons by following the instructions in this blog:
Easily integrate ASP.NET Core Avatar control with layout controls, specifically ListView and Cards to achieve different applications, such as mobile contacts, email, and Outlook. Integrate with Badge control to represent a notification count like in mail applications.
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