Getting started with .NET MAUI Circular ProgressBar

29 Sep 20225 minutes to read

This section explains the steps required to add the circular progress bar control with the progress and its customizable elements such as indeterminate, segment, progress fill, and track fill. This section covers only the basic features needed to know and gets started with the Syncfusion circular progress bar.

Creating an application using the .NET MAUI Circular ProgressBar

  • Create a new .NET MAUI application in the Visual Studio.

  • The Syncfusion .NET MAUI components are available on To add SfCircularProgressBar to your project, open the NuGet package manager in Visual Studio, and search for [Syncfusion.Maui.ProgressBar] then install that.

Register the handler

The Syncfusion.Maui.Core NuGet is a dependent package for all Syncfusion controls of .NET MAUI. In the MauiProgram.cs file, register the handler for the Syncfusion core.

  • ~/MauiProgram.cs
  • using Microsoft.Maui;
    using Microsoft.Maui.Hosting;
    using Microsoft.Maui.Controls.Compatibility;
    using Microsoft.Maui.Controls.Hosting;
    using Microsoft.Maui.Controls.Xaml;
    using Syncfusion.Maui.Core.Hosting;
    namespace MyProject
        public static class MauiProgram
            public static MauiApp CreateMauiApp()
                var builder = MauiApp.CreateBuilder();
                .ConfigureFonts(fonts =>
                    fonts.AddFont("OpenSans-Regular.ttf", "OpenSansRegular");
                return builder.Build();

    Initializing circular progress bar

    Add the following namespace.

    using Syncfusion.Maui.ProgressBar;

    Create an instance for the circular progress bar control, and add it as content.

    <progressBar:SfCircularProgressBar Progress="75"/>
    SfCircularProgressBar circularProgressBar = new SfCircularProgressBar { Progress = 75 };
    this.Content = circularProgressBar;


    By default, the value of progress should be specified between 0 and 100. To determine the progress value between 0 and 1, set the Minimum property to 0 and the Maximum property to 1.

    Run the project, and check if you get following output to make sure that the project has been configured properly to add the circular progress bar.

    .NET MAUI Circular ProgressBar

    Enabling indeterminate state

    When the progress of a task cannot be shown determinately, you can enable the indeterminate state using the IsIndeterminate property to know if any progress is happening in the background.

    <progressBar:SfCircularProgressBar IsIndeterminate="True"/>
    SfCircularProgressBar circularProgressBar = new SfCircularProgressBar { IsIndeterminate = true };
    this.Content = circularProgressBar;

    .NET MAUI Circular ProgressBar in indeterminate state

    Enable segments

    To visualize the progress of a multiple sequential task, split the circular progress bar into the multiple segments by defining the SegmentCount property as demonstrated in the following code sample.

    <progressBar:SfCircularProgressBar SegmentCount="4" Progress="75"/>
    SfCircularProgressBar circularProgressBar = new SfCircularProgressBar { Progress = 75, SegmentCount = 4 };
    this.Content = circularProgressBar;

    .NET MAUI Circular ProgressBar visualized with multiple sequential task

    Apply colors

    Customize the color of the progress indicator and track by defining the ProgressFill and TrackFill properties, respectively.

    <progressBar:SfCircularProgressBar Progress="75" 
    <progressBar:SfCircularProgressBar Progress="75" 
    SfCircularProgressBar circularProgressBar = new SfCircularProgressBar
        Progress = 75, 
        TrackFill = new SolidColorBrush(Color.FromArgb("#33c15244")), 
        ProgressFill = new SolidColorBrush(Color.FromArgb("#FFc15244"))
    SfCircularProgressBar sfCircularProgressBar = new SfCircularProgressBar
        Progress = 75, 
        TrackFill = new SolidColorBrush(Color.FromArgb("#3390a84e")), 
        ProgressFill = new SolidColorBrush(Color.FromArgb("#FF90a84e"))

    .NET MAUI Circular ProgressBar with customized colors