ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS: AGSStrokeSymbolLayer.h File Reference
ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS  100.11
AGSStrokeSymbolLayer.h File Reference

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Enumerations

enum  AGSStrokeSymbolLayerCapStyle { AGSStrokeSymbolLayerCapStyleButt = 0 , AGSStrokeSymbolLayerCapStyleRound = 1 , AGSStrokeSymbolLayerCapStyleSquare = 2 }
 
enum  AGSStrokeSymbolLayerLineStyle3D { AGSStrokeSymbolLayerLineStyle3DTube = 0 , AGSStrokeSymbolLayerLineStyle3DStrip = 1 }
 

Enumeration Type Documentation

◆ AGSStrokeSymbolLayerCapStyle

The list of possible cap styles. The cap style describes the way that line symbol layers will terminate when combined with a geometry. The term "cap" refers to the end of the line. These options control the shape the cap takes.

Note
In dynamic rendering mode, caps are always rendered with the butt style.
Since
100.5
Enumerator
AGSStrokeSymbolLayerCapStyleButt 

The line ending is terminated exactly where the geometry ends. The end cap will be squared off, i.e. two 90 degree angles form a butted ending to the symbol.

AGSStrokeSymbolLayerCapStyleRound 

The line ending is terminated with a semicircle of radius equal to the stroke width. That semicircle will be centered at the line endpoint.

AGSStrokeSymbolLayerCapStyleSquare 

The termination of the line ending is extended past the end of the geometry. The end cap will be squared off, i.e. two 90 degree angles form a squared ending to the symbol.

◆ AGSStrokeSymbolLayerLineStyle3D

The list of possible 3D line styles. The 3D line style describes the way that line symbol layers will render in 3D. It refers to the rendering style of a 3D stroke layer. In a scene view, changing this property will change the appearance of the stroke layer.

Note
Only the strip line style is supported in static rendering mode.
Since
100.5
Enumerator
AGSStrokeSymbolLayerLineStyle3DTube 

The stroke appears as a 3D tube. A "tube" refers to a solid circular cylinder, following the given geometry.

AGSStrokeSymbolLayerLineStyle3DStrip 

The stroke appears as a flat strip of surface. Note that the cap style for this line is always butt. A "strip" refers to a flat 2D surface with more significant width than a line, though it is presented in 3D.