Range Selector For Windows 10 UWP App Using UWP Community Toolkit

Windows 10 UWP Community toolkit is a collection of a helper class, custom controls and Application services. The Range Selector Control has two slider that allows the user to select a range of values. Let’s see the steps how to add and use range selector control in your app.

Create a new Windows 10 UWP project or open your existing project. Right click on your project and select Manage NuGet Packages. Search for Microsoft.Toolkit.UWP.UI.Controls and install it, as shown below:


This will add Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp.UI.Controls.dll in 'References' of your project, as shown below:


Add the toolkit reference in your XAML pages, using the code, given below:



Now, open your XAML page and write the code, given below:

  1. <StackPanel VerticalAlignment="Center" Orientation="Vertical">  
  2.     <UWPToolkit:RangeSelector RangeMin="0" RangeMax="40" ValueChanged="Selector_ValueChanged" Minimum="0" Maximum="100" x:Name="Selector"></UWPToolkit:RangeSelector>  
  3.     <TextBlock Padding="10" HorizontalAlignment="Center" x:Name="MinValue" Text=""></TextBlock>  
  4.     <TextBlock Padding="10" HorizontalAlignment="Center" x:Name="MaxValue" Text="" />   
  5. </StackPanel>  
Set the Minimum and Maximum range value, according to your wish. Here, I set the range 0 as minimum and 100 as maximum. You can set the default range also, using the RangeMin and RangeMax properties. Next, we can get the changed value, using ValueChanged event on the RangeSelector. Go to the code at the backend and get the changed values, using the code, given below:
  1. private void Selector_ValueChanged(object sender, RangeChangedEventArgs e)   
  2. {  
  3.     if (e.ChangedRangeProperty == RangeSelectorProperty.MinimumValue) {  
  4.         MinValue.Text = e.NewValue.ToString();  
  5.     } else {  
  6.         MaxValue.Text = e.NewValue.ToString();  
  7.     }  
  8. }  
You need to check, which values are changed, using the ChangedRangeProperty. Now, run the app and check  how the output looks, as shown below:



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