Container type

Containers improve the discoverability of input view by creating a contrast between the input view and assistive elements.

Filled

The background of the input view will be filled with container color, and its stroke (at the bottom edge) color and thickness will be changed based on its states. It can be enabled by setting the ContainerType property to Filled.

<inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout
    Hint="Name" 
    ContainerType="Filled">
    <Entry Text="John" />
</inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout>
var inputLayout = new SfTextInputLayout();
inputLayout.Hint = "Name";
inputLayout.ContainerType = ContainerType.Filled;
inputLayout.InputView = new Entry() { Text = "John" };

Filled type

Outlined

When setting the ContainerType property to Outlined, the container will be covered with a rounded-corner border.

<inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout
    Hint="Name" 
    ContainerType="Outlined">
    <Entry Text="John" />
</inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout>
var inputLayout = new SfTextInputLayout();
inputLayout.Hint = "Name";
inputLayout.ContainerType = ContainerType.Outlined;
inputLayout.InputView = new Entry() { Text = "John" };

Outlined type

Customize the corner radius of the outline border

When setting the OutlineCornerRadius property to double value, the corner radius of the container will be changed.

<inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout
    Hint="Name" 
    ContainerType="Outlined"
    OutlineCornerRadius="8">
    <Entry />
</inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout>
var inputLayout = new SfTextInputLayout();
inputLayout.Hint = "Name";
inputLayout.ContainerType = ContainerType.Outlined;
inputLayout.OutlineCornerRadius = 8;
inputLayout.InputView = new Entry();

OutlineCornerRadius img

NOTE
It is applicable for the outline border when setting the container type to outlined.

Custom Padding

Spaces around the input view can be customized by setting the InputViewPadding property to thickness value.

<inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout
    Hint="Name"
    InputViewPadding="5" 
    ContainerType="Outlined"
    HelperText="Enter your name">
    <Entry />
 </inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout>
var inputLayout = new SfTextInputLayout();
inputLayout.Hint = "Name";
inputLayout.InputViewPadding = new Thickness(5);
inputLayout.ContainerType = ContainerType.Outlined;
inputLayout.HelperText = "Enter your name";
inputLayout.InputView = new Entry();

Padding customization around the input view

None

When setting the ContainerType property to None, the container will have empty background and enough spacing.

<inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout
    Hint="Name" 
    ContainerType="None">
    <Entry Text="John" />
</inputLayout:SfTextInputLayout>
var inputLayout = new SfTextInputLayout();
inputLayout.Hint = "Name";
inputLayout.ContainerType = ContainerType.None;
inputLayout.InputView = new Entry() { Text = "John" };

None type