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Progress Bar in Xamarin Forms

A progress bar visually represents the progress of  any operation,such as downloads,installation or file transfer.A progress bar may be a horizontal or a circular bar that shows the percent value.So here we are going to create a progress bar inside a popup page in xamarin forms application.

Here I already added a popup page using Rg.Plugin.Popup.If you don't know how to create a popup page,then follow this link Modal Popup in Xamarin Forms.

Here is the code for implementing progress bar:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<pages:PopupPage xmlns=""

    <Frame VerticalOptions="CenterAndExpand" HorizontalOptions="Center" CornerRadius="10" 
           Margin="20" Padding="20" HeightRequest="150">
        <StackLayout Margin="20" VerticalOptions="CenterAndExpand">
            <Label Text="Progress Bar" FontSize="Large" FontAttributes="Bold"/>
            <ProgressBar ProgressColor="Green" HeightRequest="20" 
                         WidthRequest="400" x:Name="progressbar"/>
            <Label Text="" HorizontalOptions="EndAndExpand" x:Name="progressLabel" FontAttributes="Bold" FontSize="Medium"/>

Here I am using a simple logic for increase the progress bar progress,but in reality we should have to implement our own business logic for changing the progress bar progress. Here I am using ProgressColor to show the color of progress.

  • Progress takes float value.The min value is 0 and max value is 1.Zero means progress bar not started and One means progress bar progress completed.
  • We can also animate our progress by using Animation.In this example we are using Easing.Linear animation.

Here is the sample logic for showing progress.

public partial class ProgressBarPopup : PopupPage
        float maxValue = 1;
        float progressmax = 10;
        bool istimerRunning = true;
        float progress = 0;
        int counter = 1;
        public ProgressBarPopup()

            Device.StartTimer(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(2), () =>
                 if (progress >= 1)
                     istimerRunning = false;
                     progress += maxValue / progressmax;
                     progressbar.ProgressTo(progress, 500, Easing.Linear);
                     progressLabel.Text = $"{counter}/{progressmax}";
                     counter += 1;

                 return istimerRunning;

To get the source code : Progress Bar Example 

You also can watch the video for more details : Progress Bar in Xamarin Forms
Progress Bar in Xamarin Forms Progress Bar in Xamarin Forms Reviewed by SP Tutorials on November 26, 2019 Rating: 5


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