SARATH SARATH - 3 months ago 91
C# Question

Drawing Circles In Xamarin.iOS (Xamarin Monotouch) for Showing Progress Graphically

As I'm very new to Xamarin World and new to its controls. I would like to add Circles to Show Work Progress in my mono touch app. For showing Progress I have to mark an Arc in the circle. And if possible any one can help with me a sample code. Awaiting an answer, Thanks a lot in advance.i like to add image like this with two text filed init

Answer

Result of the view

using System;
    using UIKit;
    using CoreGraphics;

    namespace CircleTest.Touch
    {
        public class CircleGraph : UIView
        {
            int _radius = 10;
            int _lineWidth = 10;
            nfloat _degrees = 0.0f;
            UIColor _backColor = UIColor.FromRGB(46, 60, 76);
            UIColor _frontColor = UIColor.FromRGB(234, 105, 92);
            //FromRGB (234, 105, 92);

        public CircleGraph (CGRect frame, int lineWidth, nfloat degrees)
        {
            _lineWidth = lineWidth; 
            _degrees = degrees; 
            this.Frame = new CGRect(frame.X, frame.Y, frame.Width, frame.Height);
            this.BackgroundColor = UIColor.Clear; 

        }

        public CircleGraph (CGRect frame, int lineWidth, UIColor backColor, UIColor frontColor)
        {
            _lineWidth = lineWidth;
            this.Frame = new CGRect(frame.X, frame.Y, frame.Width, frame.Height);
            this.BackgroundColor = UIColor.Clear;

        }

        public override void Draw (CoreGraphics.CGRect rect)
        {
            base.Draw (rect);

            using (CGContext g = UIGraphics.GetCurrentContext ()) {
                _radius = (int)( (this.Frame.Width) / 3) - 8;
                DrawGraph(g, this.Frame.GetMidX(), this.Frame.GetMidY());
            };
        }

        public void DrawGraph(CGContext g,nfloat x0,nfloat y0) {
            g.SetLineWidth (_lineWidth);

            // Draw background circle
            CGPath path = new CGPath ();
            _backColor.SetStroke ();
            path.AddArc (x0, y0, _radius, 0, 2.0f * (float)Math.PI, true);
            g.AddPath (path);
            g.DrawPath (CGPathDrawingMode.Stroke);

            // Draw overlay circle
            var pathStatus = new CGPath ();
            _frontColor.SetStroke ();
            pathStatus.AddArc(x0, y0, _radius, 0, _degrees * (float)Math.PI, false);
            g.AddPath (pathStatus);
            g.DrawPath (CGPathDrawingMode.Stroke);
        }
    }
}

Actually this is what iam actually supposed to do. Its working for me

This is how it look like. U can create it like a class file and simply u can assign to a UIView. For more reference you can use this sample project Pi Graph

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