.NET MAUI NumericInput

  • The .NET MAUI Numeric Input is a highly customizable input control for numeric data.
  • Part of the Telerik UI for .NET MAUI library along with 60+ professionally-designed UI controls.
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NET MAUI NumericInput component
  • Add Numeric Data with Highly Customizable .NET MAUI NumericInput

    NumericInput is a highly customizable input control for numeric data. It allows users to set or edit a number in the numeric field using up and down buttons, or enter it directly via keyboard. The control provides a consistent look and feel with the rest of the Telerik UI for .NET MAUI components through innovative Theming mechanism. Lastly, the control supports defining custom steps for increment/decrement value, minimum/maximum values, as well as value changing/value changed events. 

    Check out the .NET MAUI demo application to see the controls in action
  • Setting Minimum and Maximum Values

    The NumercInput control features the ability for you to set the minimum and maximum value for the input control, thus preventing invalid values as well as provides a better user experience in setting the right values. 

    See the .NET MAUI NumericInput documentation: Configuration
  • Customizable Incremental Steps

    You can define the incremental step values and set the desired increase/decrease value changes for each user interaction. 
  • Commands Support

    By using commands in the NumericInput control you can define a custom functionality based on the respective user actions. A good example of this would be to set input for the control to revert back to the minimal value upon reaching the maximum one and adding on top of it. 

    See the .NET MAUI NumericInput documentation: Commands
  • Customizable Text Buttons

    You can set the desired size of the text in each of the buttons so that it best fits your desired results and UI. 

    See the .NET MAUI NumericInput documentation: Customization

  • Culture Support

    With the Culture Support functionality, you can predefine the way the input is displayed to the end-user based on the country standards. For example in Germany the decimal point is a comma (as opposed to a dot) and the dot is used for the thousands separator. 

    See the .NET MAUI NumericInput documentation: Globalization

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