Getting Started


With the jqxRadioButton, users make a choice among a set of mutually exclusive, related options. Users can choose one and only one option.
Every UI widget from jQWidgets toolkit needs its JavaScript files to be included in order to work properly.

The first step is to create html page and add links to the javascript files and css dependencies to your project. The jqxRadioButton widget requires the following files:

The next step is to create a div element or input element with type attribute set to "radio" within the body of the html document.

The last step is to initialize the widget by adding the following script to the html document:

To call a function(method), you need to pass the method name and parameters(if any) in the jqxRadioButton’s constructor.
To set a property(option), you need to pass the property name and value(s) in the jqxRadioButton's constructor.
$("#jqxRadioButton").jqxRadioButton({ checked: true });
To get a property(option), you need to pass the property name to the jqxRadioButton's constructor.
var checked = $("#jqxRadioButton").jqxRadioButton('checked');
To bind to an event of a UI widget, you can use basic jQuery syntax. Let’s suppose that you want to get the check state after the user clicks the button. The example code below demonstrates how to bind to the ‘change’ event of jqxRadioButton.
$("#jqxRadioButton").on('change', function (event) {
    var checked = event.args.checked;
    alert('checked: ' + checked);

Basic Sample

The result of the above code is: