Mobile UI for Xamarin.Forms

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The DevExpress Mobile UI for Xamarin.Forms bundle consists of the following controls:

Charts

The PieChartView and ChartView are powerful visualization views that allow you to display your data as bars, points, lines, areas, and other forms. The views provide various Pie and Cartesian series types that manage your data appearance on a chart.

Refer to the Getting Started section for step-by-step lessons that explain how to configure chart views.

Data Grid

Data Grid View Sample

The DataGridView is a data-aware control designed to present and manage data in a tabular format. It provides the following features:

Refer to the Getting Started and Examples sections for step-by-step lessons that explain how to configure and use the grid.

Scheduler

A scheduler view displays appointments (regular and recurrent planned events) and allows users to manage them. The following scheduler views are available:

Refer to the Getting Started and Examples sections for step-by-step lessons that explain how to configure scheduler views.

Data Editors and Controls

TextEdit
A single-line text editor.

MultilineEdit
An editor that displays and allows you to edit multi-line text.

PasswordEdit
An editor that allows you to enter and manage passwords.

ComboBoxEdit
An editor with a dropdown list.

SimpleButton
A button control.

Data Form

The DataFormView component allows you to generate edit forms for any data object.

Data Form

Data Form

Refer to the Getting Started and Examples sections for step-by-step instructions on how to configure the data form.

Navigation pages and views allow you to implement lateral navigation in your applications.

Tab View, Tab Page

The TabView and TabPage allow you to organize content into groups and enable navigation between groups. These controls provide the following features:

  • Data Binding
    Tabs can be generated from the bound data source based on the specified templates.
  • Appearance Customization
    Each control provides a set of settings to configure its visual elements.
  • Theme Support
    You can apply the Light and Dark built-in themes to controls.

Refer to the Tab View - Getting Started and Tab Page - Getting Started sections for step-by-step lessons that explain how to configure these controls.

Drawer View, Drawer Page

The DrawerView and DrawerPage allow you to add a drawer to your application - a UI pane that shows the application's main navigation menu. These controls provide the following features:

  • Appearance Customization
    Each control provides a set of settings to configure its visual elements.
  • Drawer Position
    You can anchor the drawer to any side of the screen (left, right, top or bottom).
  • Drawer Behavior
    Each control provides an option that specifies how the drawer appears on the screen.
  • Theme Support
    You can apply the Light and Dark built-in themes to controls.

Refer to the Drawer View - Getting Started and Drawer Page - Getting Started sections for step-by-step lessons that explain how to configure these controls.