This section gives you an overview of the use of the IGGaugeView™ control. It contains information ranging from what the control does to the step-by-step procedures on how to accomplish common tasks using the control.
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IGGaugeView is a data visualization control, capable of displaying a gauge. It contains a number of visual elements, such as a scale with tickmarks and labels, a needle and a number of ranges. A scale is created by supplying minimumValue and maximumValue and a needle is created by setting value property. The needle can be set to any of the predefined shapes. The gauge also supports ranges, which provide visual cues for the scale.
The gauge has a backing shape. This shape is drawn behind the scale and acts as a background for the gauge. The backing can be circular, which turns the shape into a full circle, or it can be fitted, which makes it sweep the scale.
The gauge needle takes on one of the several predefined shapes. The needle can have a pivot shape, which is placed in the center of the gauge. The pivot shape also takes one of the predefined shapes. Pivot shapes that include an overlay or an underlay can have a separate pivot brush applied to the shape.
This topic demonstrates how to add the chart framework file to a project.
This topic provides basic information about creating an instance of the IGGaugeView and displaying a gauge to help you get up and running with this control.
The topics in this group explain and demonstrate enabling, configuring, and using the IGGaugeView control’s supported features.
This topic provides a conceptual overview of needle and needle pivot shapes available with the IGGaugeView control.
This topic provides a conceptual overview of the supported themes available in the IGGaugeView control.