The ASP.NET Core Pivot Gauge control written in jQuery is ideal for highlighting business-critical key performance indicator (KPI) information and summary values in an intuitive manner.
The ASP.NET Core Pivot Gauge provides extensive support to bind OLAP and pivot data sources.
All features work smoothly on desktop and tablet devices.
The control’s layout can be viewed on desktop and tablet devices.
KPIs are collections of calculations associated with a measure group that evaluates business success. Typically, these calculations are a combination of multi-dimensional expressions (MDX) or calculated members. Four different types of KPI indicators are available in the Pivot Gauge control:
Labels can be customized with any text, location, background color, and size.
Labels support various formatting options so that they can be displayed in any necessary format. For instance, the percent sign can be specified after the label value.
The ASP.NET Core Pivot Gauge supports full-circle and half-circle gauges for visualizing data in compact areas by modifying the start and end angles.
The scale of the gauge is a circular arc that supports a range of numbers bound by minimum and maximum values.
The pointer is a needle-type element that indicates the current value on the scale.
Ticks mark the values present on the scale.
Highlight a range of values. Ranges can show different colors to help you quickly visualize where a value falls on a scale.
Indicators let users view status and trends, showing progress toward a goal.
Markers help signify the current value or goal on the scale.
Easily arrange multiple gauges in a structured layout by specifying row and column count. Based on the specified values, gauges will be arranged in the available space.
Display basic information in tooltips while hovering individual gauges.
Change the scale direction either clockwise or counterclockwise.
The ASP.NET Core Pivot Gauge ships with a set of 13 stunning, built-in themes, including Azure, lime, and saffron themes in light, dark, and gradient patterns.
Customize the appearance of the control by changing the styles of the pointer, pointer cap, scales, ticks, labels, and state indicators.
Users from different locales can use the control by applying specific date formats, currency formats, and number formats to suit their locale preferences.
Users can customize the text in the user interface based on the local culture.
Users can completely define the ASP.NET Core Pivot Gauge control through built-in API settings based on their application needs.
The ASP.NET Core Pivot Gauge control works on all major browsers across Windows and macOS. It is written in jQuery to provide the same working experience on popular browsers like Chrome 17+, Firefox 22+ and Internet Explorer 8+. It also works with various platforms like ASP.NET Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC, TypeScript, PHP and JSP.
The ASP.NET Core Pivot Gauge control has built-in integration with popular third-party frameworks like Angular, React, Ember, and Aurelia. Check out the following examples to see the control’s unique features for each platform:
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