Posts Tagged ‘Gauge’

JustGage is a JavaScript-based solution for generating good-looking animated gauges.

It is built on top of Raphaël library for vector drawing, uses SVG, and it can scale-in-size perfectly.

JavaScript Gauges - JustGage

The style of the gauges can be customized with colors (single or gradient), width-height and labels being on/off.

Also, it is possible to set min/max values, animation type on initial load and more.

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  • Telerik, a very talented company that mostly creates resources for the Microsoft products, is sharing a set of 3 free Silverlight controls: Book, Gauge and TileView.

    They are natively built on top of Silverlight 4 and have the capabilities of the platform, such as clipboard integration, right-click support, multi-touch support and more.


    Silverlight Book Control

    A "page turning” component to offer an experience like browsing a real book. The flip animations are smooth for better user experience.


    Gauge Silverlight Component

    A great component for dashboards or any other place to use graphical indicators.

    It has a rich collection of circular, linear and numeric gauge types with powerful customization capabilities.


    TileView Silverlight

    The control enables users to interactively browse through the different panes with rich information.

    They can be expanded, collapsed or rearranged panes to achieve the best layout they need.

    TileView component offers built-in animations, drag-and-drop rearrangement of its tiles and full control over the different tiles states.