A component for selecting a single option from a set of mutually exclusive choices
A radio button is a user interface element that allows users to select a single option from a set of mutually exclusive choices, providing options for controlling its behavior and appearance.
Radio buttons offer the following key features:
Value: Radio buttons have a "Value" property, which is typically a boolean value that indicates whether the radio button is selected (true) or not selected (false).
Label: The label is the text displayed next to the radio button, providing context for the user.
Disabled: When switched on, the "Disabled" property makes the radio button unchangeable, preventing user interaction.
Styles: Customize the initial styles of the radio button to align with your application's design.
To use radio buttons in your application, follow these steps:
Value: Utilize the "Value" property to set or retrieve the selected state of the radio button. A boolean value indicates whether the radio button is selected or not.
Label: Add a descriptive label next to the radio button to provide context for the user.
Disabled State: Use the "Disabled" property to make the radio button unchangeable when necessary.
Radio buttons are commonly used in various scenarios, including:
Single selection: Use radio buttons when you want users to select a single option from a set of mutually exclusive choices, such as gender selection.
Form inputs: Include radio buttons in forms when you require users to choose a single option among several available options.
Radio buttons simplify user interactions by providing an intuitive way to select a single option from a set of choices, improving the usability of your application.