Exporting the Digital Gauge

7 Dec 20172 minutes to read

Digital Gauge has an exporting feature where Gauge control is converted into image format and then exported to client-side. The method API exportImage exports the Digital Gauge. It has two arguments such as filename and file format. For exporting, you can refer the following code example.

  • HTML
  • <div id="DigitalGauge1"></div>
    <button id="buttonSubmit">Export</button>
    <div id=" fileName ">FileName </div>
    <div id=" fileFormat ">FileFormat </div>
    <select id="fileFormat">
        <option value="JPEG">JPEG</option>
        <option value="PNG">PNG</option>
  • $(function () {
             var basicButton = new ej.Button($("#buttonSubmit"), {
                 width: "50px", text: "Export", click: "buttonClickEvent", 
            var basicButton = new ej.DropDownList($("#fileFormat"), {
                selectedItemIndex: 0, width: "115px" 
            var digitalGaugeSample = new ej.datavisualization.DigitalGauge($("#DigitalGauge1"),{
                value: "Syncfusion" 
         var digitalGaugeSample = new ej.datavisualization.DigitalGauge($("#DigitalGauge1"));
         digitalGaugeSample.exportImage("Digital", "JPEG");
        function buttonClickEvent() {
            var FileName = $("#fileName").val();
            var FileFormat = new ej.DropDownList($("#fileFormat"));
            var flag = new ej.datavisualization.DigitalGauge($("#DigitalGauge1"));
            if (!flag)
                alert("Sorry for the inconvenience. Export is currently not supported in Internet Explorer 9 and below version");

    Execute the above code examples to render the DigitalGauge as follows.