Previously I mentioned an open source iOS user interface control for creating gauges that can be used to illustrate values in an interesting way.
Here’s an open source component that allows you to create interactive gauges for the user to set values called SFGaugeView from Simplifow. The gauges have a nice clean style, and many customization options.
With SFGaugeview you can easily customize the color of the needle and gauge, set images to illustrate the start and end points of the gauge, max level and quickly get the current level.
The gauges are easily set by the user by using swipe gestures on the control.
You can find SFGaugeView on Github here.
A nice way for the user to set values that’s different from the standard slider control.
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