iOS Question radial and linear gauge library needed

Discussion in 'iOS Questions' started by abarnett, Sep 14, 2015.

  1. abarnett

    abarnett Member Licensed User

    The best way to create a radial gauge or is there a library available for this
     
  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Currently there is no library that implements such a view. You can use Canvas to implement one.
     
  3. abarnett

    abarnett Member Licensed User

    I am happy to pay for this view/library if anyone has one to share.
     
  4. MarkInAZ

    MarkInAZ Member Licensed User

    Hello,

    Thought I might present some of what I have been doing to get familiar with B4i. I originally was developing iPhone apps in another product, but due to them changing the tool every version and breaking our app, we went looking for a replacement. We landed on B4i. So far, very Awesome and thank you!

    We wanted a visualization and gauging solution. Coming from a JavaScript world, there are many JavaScript gauge solutions out there, and some I have developed.

    I am posting two radial gauge solutions that might help you or others. The gauges and indicators are very flexible and configurable.

    I have used the steelseries gauges and indicators for quite some time. This JavaScript set has been around for a while and was easy to integrate and get working in B4i.

    This solution uses WebView LoadHtml.


    Here are some links to the javascript code:

    -- steelseries blog
    https://harmoniccode.blogspot.com/2011/04/steelseries-javascript-edition.html
    https://harmoniccode.blogspot.com/search?q=steelseries

    -- steelseries download code/examples
    https://github.com/HanSolo/SteelSeries-Canvas

    http://sandaysoft.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8462

    Re: Gauge License
    Postby mcrossley » Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:09 pm
    The SteelSeries gauges themselves, are released under the BSD licence which Is pretty relaxed.


    I have included a sample project and screen image.

    Cheers, Mark
     

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  5. MarkInAZ

    MarkInAZ Member Licensed User

    Hello,

    Here is a second gauge solution that is more modern, and very flexible that I developed in JavaScript. I would think that this could be converted into B4i canvas, I may do that sometime, but the JavaScript code exists and works great in B4i.

    This solution uses WebView LoadHtml and jquery.

    I have included a sample project and screen image.

    Cheers, Mark
     

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