"The Syncfusion Range Slider for Xamarin.Forms allows you to select a range of values within the specified minimum and maximum limits.Key features:• Range: Set start and end values of a range.• Ticks placement: Determine the placement in which tick marks should be drawn.• Tick frequency: Calculate the number of ticks to be displayed based on frequency.• Maximum: Determine the maximum possible value of a range.• Minimum: Determine the minimum possible value of a range. Note: This package needs to be installed in all Xamarin.Forms projects (PCL/.NET Standard, Android, iOS, and UWP).Learn more: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/xamarin-range-slider?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listingDocumentation: https://help.syncfusion.com/xamarin/range-slider/overview?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listing Support:Incident: https://www.syncfusion.com/support/directtrac/incidents/newincident?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listingForum: https://www.syncfusion.com/forums/xamarin.forms?utm_source=nuget&utm_medium=listingThis 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
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