Contains samples for .NET MAUI Numeric Entry
Getting started with Numeric Entry control
The .NET MAUI NumericEntry control is designed to provide a user-friendly and advanced input experience for numeric values. It supports a wide range of numeric formats, including currency, percentages, decimals, and more. With its key features, it enables enhanced user experience and facilitates input validation.
Adding the .NET MAUI NumericEntry
Step 1: Add the NuGet to the project and add the namespace as shown in the following code sample:
Step 2: Set the NumericEntry control to content in
<editors:SfNumericEntry x:Name="numericEntry" />
SfNumericEntry sfNumericEntry = new SfNumericEntry();
Make sure that you have the compatible versions of Visual Studio with .NET MAUI workloads and .NET SDK version in your machine before starting to work on this project. Refer to System Requirements for .NET MAUI.
How to run this application?
To run this application, you need to first clone the maui-numericentry-samples repository and then open it in Visual Studio 2022. Now, simply build and run your project to view the output.
Path too long exception
If you are facing a path too long exception when building this example project, close Visual Studio rename the repository to short, and build the project.
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