"The package comprises the following Syncfusion controls for Xamarin.Forms.List of controls:Check box, radio button, chips, button, segmented control and switch.Note: This package needs to be installed in all Xamarin.Forms projects (PCL/.NET Standard, Android, iOS, and UWP).Check Box:Check Box is a selection control that allows users to select one or more options from a set. The three states of check box are checked, unchecked, and indeterminate.Key features:• Allows users to select and clear the control by tapping.• Supports check box color, shape, and label text customization.Learn more: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/xamarin-checkbox?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listingRadio Button:Radio Button is a selection control that allows users to select one option from a set. The two states of radio button are checked and unchecked.Key features:• Allows users to select and clear the control by tapping.• Supports radio button color and label text customization.Learn more: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/xamarin-radio-button?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listingSegmented Control:Segmented Control provides a simple way to choose from a linear set of two or more segments, each of which functions as a mutually exclusive button.Key features:• Supports display of segments with text, font icons, or both.• Supports scrolling and aligning the segments equally within the available space.• Populates the segments from a collection of strings and views along with the objects of built-in classes.• Supports customizing text and other UI elements.Learn more: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/xamarin-segmented-control?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listingButton:The Button is a custom button control with UI customization, toggle states, and theme support. You can set icons,custom content, background images background images and corner edge radii and customize the appearance for different visual states using the visual state manager.Key features:• Customize a button as an outline, flat, circle, or icon button.• Use visual states such as pressed, normal, checked, and unchecked.• Use a toggle button.Learn more: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/xamarin-buttonChips:The new chip control presents information in an interactive and customizable layout. The new chip group control arranges multiple chip controls in a variable layout and groups them to make selections.Key features:• User-preferred layouts can be used to arrange chip elements.• Has support to add input views in a group.• Single and Multiple selections.• Command support.Learn more: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/xamarin-chipsSwitch:The Switch is a custom switch control with UI customization, intermediate state, and theme support. You can set images, different height, width and customize the appearance for different visual states using the visual state manager.Key features• Supports three states• Displays an image as the thumb background • Supports gradient background for the control• Supports thumb, track color, and size customizationLearn more: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/xamarin-switchThis is a commercial product and requires a paid license for possession or use. Syncfusion’s licensed software, including this component, is subject to the terms and conditions of Syncfusion's EULA (https://www.syncfusion.com/eula/es/?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listing). To acquire a license, you can purchase one at https://www.syncfusion.com/sales/products?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listing or start a free 30-day trial here (https://www.syncfusion.com/account/manage-trials/start-trials?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listing).© Copyright 2020 Syncfusion, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Syncfusion Essential Studio license and copyright applies to this distribution."
Project website: https://www.syncfusion.com/?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listing
"This is a .NETStandard / .NET Core port of the the Microsoft assembly for the .Net 4.0 Dynamic language functionality."
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