The Telerik UI for .NET MAUI ProgressBar is used to indicate the progress of a long-running operation on a desktop or mobile device. This control allows you to easily inform users when data is loading on the background or when they need to complete a multi-step action, dynamically visualizing how much has been completed and what remains. You can customize the ProgressBar using the flexible styling API.
You can use the UI for .NET MAUI ProgressBar in Indeterminate mode when you don’t know exactly what size, how much time or how many steps the operation will take. In this scenario, the handy Indeterminate mode feature will display a bar that doesn’t specify the exact progress, but still indicates an operation is underway.
The Telerik UI for .NET MAUI ProgressBar is very flexible, while still easy to configure. With the help of a few properties, you can set anything from display value modes (number, percentage, text, hidden) and value range to whether the progress bar should be segmented or one continuous line.
You can apply different animation easing and animation duration while changing the value of the ProgressBar. For example, you can choose to animate changes in value (progress change) or show a looping animation when using Indeterminate mode. To customize the user experience further, you can set custom values for animation duration and easing.
To ensure the control matches the look of your app, you can customize all elements of the Telerik UI for .NET MAUI ProgressBar, including the progress fill, track fill, indeterminate fill, label text color, font size and more.