Very useful for illustrating progress towards a goal, the current status of some value within a range of upper and lower bounds or a summary of some fluctuating metric, UI for ASP.NET for MVC supports two sleek gauge controls:
You can customize the pointer, area and scale of the MVC gauges—the API attributes are exposed for this purpose—and specify animation transition on loading.
You can also choose vertical or horizontal orientation for the linear gauge and set the start and sweep angle of the radial gauge scale.
The ASP.NET MVC Gauges render completely on the client-side, using HTML5 Canvas or the SVG element specification to deliver itself to the user. These standards are widely supported in modern browsers, but the Gauge component has a fallback to VML for older browsers (IE 7/8).