The Radial Gauge control for .NET MAUI is a multipurpose data visualization control that displays numerical values on a circular scale. It has a rich set of features such as axes, ranges, pointers, and annotations that are fully customizable and extendable. It has many use cases such as speedometers, temperature monitors, multi-axis clocks, circular progress indicators, watches, compasses, and more.
The axis of the .NET MAUI Radial Gauge control is an easily customizable radial arc in which a set of values can be plotted based on business logic.
Customize the look and feel of the default labels using various font properties. You can also add prefix or suffix text to a label.
Define your own style for minor and major ticks with the help of the various style customization properties.
To enhance readability and maintain the size ratio on various devices, change the default axis position by setting the offset value for labels, ticks, and the axis line.
The axis line is used to add a radial border to the Radial Gauge. You can customize the default axis line style with dashed lines.
Add multiple axes to the Radial Gauge to give it the appearance of a clock, speedometer, tachometer, etc.
Set the radial axis direction to clockwise or counterclockwise.
Display a set of values along the scale in a linear or custom order.
Set background frame content for the radial axis.
Customize the default look and feel of an axis line’s appearance with a color gradient.
A range in the .NET MAUI Radial Gauge is a visual element that helps you quickly visualize where a value falls on the radial axis.
The range label is used to insert text annotations in a radial range to improve readability. You can also customize the label style.
Change the range position to any place inside the Radial Gauge.
The radial range width varies based on the range values to enhance usage and readability.
The .NET MAUI Radial Gauge control allows you to add multiple ranges inside the radial axis to provide color variation.
A range of colors can gradually change based on set values to create a smooth color transition.
Add any number of pointer types such as needle pointers, range pointers, and marker pointers inside the radial axis to indicate a value.
Indicate a current value by using the highly customizable needle-type element.
To highlight values, set the marker pointer type to a built-in shape, such as a triangle, inverted triangle, circle, or square.
Highlight values using icons, images, or text instead of built-in marker shapes.
A range pointer is a radial arc used to indicate the current value relative to the start value of a radial axis. You can also customize its corner styles.
Customize the default color of the pointer with solid or gradient colors.
Annotations display metadata about a .NET MAUI Radial Gauge at specific points of interest in the plotting area.
Add any image over the Radial Gauge control with respect to an angle or axis value. You can add multiple images in a single control.
Add any text over the Radial Gauge control to enhance its readability. You can also add multiple text instances in a single control.
The .NET MAUI Radial Gauge control provides visual appeal when the pointer moves from one value to another. The control supports various types of easing animations.
The .NET MAUI Radial Gauge control allows all of its elements to be animated on initial loading.
Drag a pointer from one value to another to change the value at runtime.
Greatness—it’s one thing to say you have it, but it means more when others recognize it. Syncfusion is proud to hold the following industry awards.