Interface for a class CircularGauge
Triggers after animation gets completed for pointers.
Triggers before each annotation gets rendered.
Triggers before each axis label gets rendered.
Triggers after the pointer is dragged.
Triggers while dragging the pointers.
Triggers before the pointer is dragged.
Triggers on mouse down.
Triggers while cursor leaves the circular gauge.
Triggers on hovering the circular gauge.
Triggers on mouse up.
Triggers before gauge load.
Triggers after gauge loaded.
Triggers before the radius gets rendered
Triggers after window resize.
Triggers before the tooltip for pointer gets rendered.
Options for customizing the axes of gauge
The background color of the gauge, which accepts value in hex, rgba as a valid CSS color string.
Options for customizing the color and width of the gauge border.
X coordinate of the circular gauge center point, which takes values either in pixels or in percentage.
Y coordinate of the circular gauge center point, which takes values either in pixels or in percentage.
Information about gauge for assistive technology.
Enable or disable persisting component’s state between page reloads.
If set true, pointers can able to drag on interaction.
Enable or disable rendering component in right to left direction.
The height of the circular gauge as a string in order to provide input as both like ‘100px’ or ‘100%‘. If specified as ‘100%, gauge will render to the full height of its parent element.
Overrides the global culture and localization value for this component. Default global culture is ‘en-US’.
Options to customize the left, right, top and bottom margins of the gauge.
To place the half or quarter circle in center position, if values not specified for centerX and centerY.
TabIndex value for the gauge.
Specifies the theme for circular gauge.
Title for gauge
Options for customizing the title of Gauge.
Options for customizing the tooltip of gauge.
Specifies whether a grouping separator should be used for a number.
The width of the circular gauge as a string in order to provide input as both like ‘100px’ or ‘100%‘. If specified as ‘100%, gauge will render to the full width of its parent element.