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Xamarin forms Activity Indicator for Log In[Tutorial 25]

Hey guys, in this tutorial we are going to add Xamarin forms Activity Indicator for Log In. In this tutorial there is no rocket science working on i am just adding a button on xaml and with the help of click event , we will be haldling that event inside the code behind. And We will be additionally adding an activity indicator for that button click.
So show up the code

Basics:

Entry:
It is used for single-line text input. It supports multiple keyboard types and  can be used as a password field.
Label:
Label which is a view  is used for displaying text. It can  have custom fonts , colored text and font families etc.
Button:
 It  displays a  text string or bitmap image or both   indicating a command, When  user presses the Button  with a finger or clicks it with a mouse to initiate that command.
After a Button command is clicked then user can perform various events like navigation, validation, converter etc..

Step1: Our App.xaml.cs will have mainpage as our start up page.

Step2: Now in mainPage.xaml we are going to add entry, button , activity indicator as x:Name=”activityIndicator” so that this activity incator will be handled inside the code behind. along with that x:Name=”BtnLogin” is also going to be handled inside the code behind.

Now we will handle the activity indicator this.IsBusy = false; when our app starts and when our button is clicked then this.IsBusy = true; is activated and you can make something to do and again we can stop it by adding this.IsBusy = false; command .
So show up the code 😀

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