With the .NET MAUI CheckBox control, you can easily add checkboxes to your cross-platform applications, enabling end-users to choose between two mutually exclusive options in a visually appealing way.
The .NET MAUI CheckBox control allows the user to switch between two mutually exclusive states, Filled and Empty, and comes with an additional Indeterminate state. The indeterminate state is commonly used when you need to add nested checkboxes in your application.
Cross-platform application development requires the ability to adjust the UI of our apps to various devices and screen sizes. By using the Stroke Width and Length properties, you can easily adjust the thickness of the borders and states symbols and also set a specific size for the checkbox itself.
You can change the control’s appearance to fit the UI and color scheme of your application or the business requirements, by using one or more of the available options. These include changing the checkbox and symbol colors and shapes in any of the three available states.
See Telerik UI for .NET MAUI in action and check out how much it can do out-of-the-box.