CheckBox, Radio Button, Labeled Slider, Dropdows etc.
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Xamarin.Forms.InputKit

CheckBox, Radio Button, Advanced Entry, Advanced Slider, Dropdown etc.


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Available Platforms

Platform Version Supported
Android MonoAndroid80 YES
iOS Xamarin.iOS10 YES
UWP - YES *
MAC Xamarin.Mac20 YES
WatchOS Xamarin.WatchOS10 YES
.NET Standard 2.0 YES
.NET Standard 1.0 NO

Checkbox

As you know ther is no CheckBox in Xamarin Forms Library. You can use a custom renderer to use Native Checkbox in portable layer. This CheckBox is not a native one, It's created in Xamarin Forms Portable layer.

SAMPLE:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<ContentPage xmlns="http://xamarin.com/schemas/2014/forms"
             xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2009/xaml"
             xmlns:local="clr-namespace:Sample.InputKit"
             xmlns:input="clr-namespace:Plugin.InputKit.Shared.Controls;assembly=Plugin.InputKit"
             x:Class="Sample.InputKit.MainPage">
        <StackLayout Spacing="12" Padding="30,0">
            <input:CheckBox Text="Option 1" Type="Box" />
            <input:CheckBox Text="Hello World I'm Option 2" Type="Check"/>
            <input:CheckBox Text="Consetetur eum kasd eos dolore Option 3" Type="Cross"/>
            <input:CheckBox Text="Sea sed justo" Type="Star"/>
        </StackLayout>
</ContentPage>

Xamarin Forms CheckBox Input Kit Enis Necipoglu Xamarin Forms CheckBox Input Kit Enis Necipoglu

PROPERTIES:

  • CheckChanged: (Event) Invokes when check changed.
  • CheckChangedCommand: (Command) Bindable Command, executed when check changed.
  • Key: (int) A key you can set to define checkboxes as ID.
  • Text: (string) Text to display description
  • IsChecked: (bool) Checkbox checked situation. Works TwoWay Binding as default.
  • Color: (Color) Color of selected check.
  • TextColor: (Color) Color of description text.
  • Type: (CheckType) Type of checkbox checked style. (Check,Cross,Star,Box etc.)

RadioButon

Radio Buttons should use inside a RadioButtonGroupView. If you want this view will return you selected radio button. But you can handle it one by one too.

SAMPLE:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<ContentPage xmlns="http://xamarin.com/schemas/2014/forms"
            xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2009/xaml"
            xmlns:local="clr-namespace:Sample.InputKit"
            xmlns:input="clr-namespace:Plugin.InputKit.Shared.Controls;assembly=Plugin.InputKit"
            x:Class="Sample.InputKit.MainPage">

        <StackLayout Spacing="12" Padding="30,0">

            <input:RadioButtonGroupView>
                <input:RadioButton Text="Option 1" />
                <input:RadioButton Text="Option 2" />
                <input:RadioButton Text="Option 3" />
                <input:RadioButton Text="Option 4" />
            </input:RadioButtonGroupView>

        </StackLayout>

</ContentPage>

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PROPERTIES:

RadioButtonGroupView
  • SelectedIndex: (int) Gets or Sets selected radio button inside itself by index
  • SelectedItem: (object) Gets or Sets selected radio button inside itself by Value
RadioButton
  • Clicked: (event) Invokes when clikced
  • ClickCommand: (int) Bindable Command, Executes when clicked
  • Value: (object) A value keeps inside and groupview returns that value as SelectedItem
  • IsChecked: (bool) Gets or Sets that radio button selected
  • Text: (string) Text to display near of Radio Button
  • TextFontSize: (double) Fontsize of Text
  • Color: (Color) Color of selected radio button dot
  • TextColor: (Color) Color of Text


Dropdown ( Experimental * Not Stable * )

Alternative picker with dropdown menu.

SAMPLE:

 <input:Dropdown Title="Chosse an option below:"
                            TitleColor="Black"
                            ValidationMessage="This field is required" 
                            AnnotationColor="Accent" 
                            IsRequired="True" 
                            BorderColor="Black" 
                            Color="BlueViolet"
                            Placeholder="Choose one" 
                            ItemsSource="{Binding MyList}" 
                            SelectedItem="{Binding SelectedItem}" />

Xamarin Forms Slider Sticky Label

PROPERTIES:

  • Placeholder: (string) Placehodler Text
  • Title: (string) Title will be shown top of this control
  • IconImage: (string) Icons of this Entry. Icon will be shown left of this control
  • Color: (Color) Color of Icon Image. IconImage must be a PNG and have Alpha channels. This fills all not-Alpha channels one color. Default is Accent
  • ValidationMessage: (string) This is message automaticly displayed when this is not validated. **Use this one instead of annotationmessage**
  • AnnotationColor: (Color) AnnotationMessage's color..
  • IsRequired: (bool) IValidation implementation. Same with IsAnnotated

To be adde...



Advanced Entry

This entry has many features to develop your applications quickly. When this entry completed, it finds next entry in Parent layout and focus it. AdvancedEntry contains validation system inside it. You can set some properties to validate it and you can handle all your entries is validated or not with **FormView**. You can set validation message and AnnotatinColor. Entry will automaticly display your message when it's not validated.

SAMPLE:

 <StackLayout Padding="30">
            <Label Text="You can see FormView Below:"/>
            <BoxView HeightRequest="1" Color="LightGray" />
            <input:FormView IsValidated="{Binding IsValidated}">
                
                <input:AdvancedEntry 
                    Text="{Binding Email}"
                    IsRequired="True"
                    Title="Place your email below:"
                    Annotation="Email"
                    Placeholder="sample@domain.com"
                    AnnotationColor="Accent"
                    ValidationMessage="Please type a valid email address"
                    IconImage="ic_email_black_24dp.png"
                    MinLength="10"
                    MaxLength="50"
                    />

                <input:AdvancedEntry 
                    Text="{Binding NameSurname}"
                    IsRequired="True"
                    Title="Place your name below:"
                    Annotation="NameSurname"
                    Placeholder="John Doe"
                    AnnotationColor="Accent"
                    ValidationMessage="Please type your name correctly"
                    IconImage="ic_account_circle_black_24dp.png"
                    MinLength="5"
                    MaxLength="30"
                    />

                <input:AdvancedEntry 
                    Text="{Binding Phone}"
                    IsRequired="True"
                    Title="Place your phone number below:"
                    Annotation="Phone"
                    Placeholder="5439998877"
                    AnnotationColor="Accent"
                    ValidationMessage="Please type your phone number correctly"
                    IconImage="ic_account_circle_black_24dp.png"
                    MaxLength="10"
                    />

                <Button Command="{Binding SubmitCommand}" Text="Submit" BackgroundColor="Accent" CornerRadius="20" TextColor="White" />
            </input:FormView>
        </StackLayout>

Xamarin Forms Slider Sticky Label

PROPERTIES:

  • Text: (string) Text of user typed
  • Title: (string) Title will be shown top of this control
  • IconImage: (string) Icons of this Entry. Icon will be shown left of this control
  • IconColor: (Color) Color of Icon Image. IconImage must be a PNG and have Alpha channels. This fills all not-Alpha channels one color. Default is Accent
  • Placeholder: (string) Entry's placeholder.
  • MaxLength: (int) Text's Maximum length can user type.
  • MinLength: (int) Text's Minimum length to be validated.
  • AnnotationMessage: (string) This will be shown below title. This automaticly updating. If you set this manually you must set true IgnoreValidationMessage !!! .
  • AnnotationColor: (Color) AnnotationMessage's color..
  • Annotation: (Enum) There is some annotation types inside in kit.
  • IsDisabled: (bool) Sets this control disabled or not.
  • IsAnnotated: (bool) Gets this control annotated or not. Depends on Annotation
  • IsRequired: (bool) IValidation implementation. Same with IsAnnotated
  • ValidationMessage: (string) This is message automaticly displayed when this is not validated. **Use this one instead of annotationmessage**
  • IgnoreValidationMessage: (bool) Ignores automaticly shown ValidationMessage and you can use AnnotationMessage as custom.
  • CompletedCommand: (ICommand) Executed when completed.

Advanced Slider

Xamarin Forms Slider works a Sticky label on it. Wonderful experience for your users.

SAMPLE:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<ContentPage xmlns="http://xamarin.com/schemas/2014/forms"
             xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2009/xaml"
             xmlns:local="clr-namespace:Sample.InputKit"
             xmlns:input="clr-namespace:Plugin.InputKit.Shared.Controls;assembly=Plugin.InputKit"
             x:Class="Sample.InputKit.MainPage">

    <StackLayout Spacing="12" Padding="10,0" VerticalOptions="CenterAndExpand">

        <input:AdvancedSlider MaxValue="5000" MinValue="50" StepValue="50" ValuePrefix="Price:" ValueSuffix="" Title="Choose Budget:"/>

    </StackLayout>

</ContentPage>

Xamarin Forms Slider Sticky Label

PROPERTIES:

  • Value: (double) Current Selected Value, (this can be used TwoWayBinding)
  • Title: (string) Title of slider
  • ValueSuffix: (string) Suffix to be displayed near Value on Floating Label
  • ValuePrefix: (string) Prefix to be displayed near Value on Floating Label
  • MinValue: (double) Sliders' minimum value
  • MaxValue: (double) Sliders' maximum value
  • MaxValue: (double) Sliders' increment value
  • TextColor: (Color) Color of Texts
  • DisplayMinMaxValue: (bool) Visibility of Minimum and Maximum value

SelectionView

Presents options to user to choose. This view didn't created to static usage. You should Bind a model List as ItemSource, or if you don't use MVVM you can set in page's cs file like below. (You can override ToString method to fix display value or I'll add displayMember property soon.)

SAMPLE:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<ContentPage xmlns="http://xamarin.com/schemas/2014/forms"
             xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2009/xaml"
             xmlns:local="clr-namespace:Sample.InputKit"
             xmlns:input="clr-namespace:Plugin.InputKit.Shared.Controls;assembly=Plugin.InputKit"
             x:Class="Sample.InputKit.MainPage">

    <StackLayout Spacing="12" Padding="10,0" VerticalOptions="CenterAndExpand">

        <input:SelectionView x:Name="selectionView" />

    </StackLayout>
</ContentPage>
public partial class MainPage : ContentPage
	{
		public MainPage()
		{
			InitializeComponent();
            selectionView.ItemSource = new[]
            {
                "Option 1","Option 2","Option 3","Option 4","Option 5","Option 6","Option 7","Option 8"
            };
		}
	}

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You may use a object list as ItemSource, You can make this. Don't forget override ToString() method in your object.

sample object:

  public class SampleClass
    {
        public int Id { get; set; }
        public string Name { get; set; }
        public override string ToString() => Name;
    }

Usage:

public partial class MainPage : ContentPage
	{
		public MainPage()
		{
			InitializeComponent();
           selectionView.ItemSource = new[]
            {
                new SampleClass{ Name = "Option 1", Id = 1 },
                new SampleClass{ Name = "Option 2", Id = 2 },
                new SampleClass{ Name = "Option 3", Id = 3 },
                new SampleClass{ Name = "Option 4", Id = 4 },
                new SampleClass{ Name = "Option 5", Id = 5 },
                new SampleClass{ Name = "Option 6", Id = 6 },
                new SampleClass{ Name = "Option 7", Id = 7 },
                new SampleClass{ Name = "Option 8", Id = 8 },
            };
		}
	}

PROPERTIES:

  • ItemSource: (IList) List of options
  • SelectedItem: (object) Selected Item from ItemSource
  • ColumnNumber: (int) Number of columng of this view


Nuget Package Available: : Xamarin.Forms.InputKit on NuGet

Sample Project Available: : Sample.InputKit on GitHub

Source Codes Available Too: : Plugin.InputKit on GitHub