Windows UI Library 2.3
WinUI 2.3 is the January 2020 release of the Windows UI Library (WinUI).
The Windows UI Library (WinUI) is hosted on GitHub where we encourage you to file bug reports, feature requests and community code contributions.
WinUI Releases: GitHub release page
WinUI packages can be added to Visual Studio projects through the NuGet package manager. For more information, see Getting Started with the Windows UI Library.
NuGet package download: Microsoft.UI.Xaml
Progress Bar Visual Refresh
The ProgressBar has two different visual represetations.
Indeterminate Progress Bar
Shows that a task is ongoing, but doesn't block user interaction.
Determinate Progress Bar
Shows how much progress has been made on a known amount of work.
A NumberBox represents a control that can be used to display and edit numbers. This supports validation, increment stepping, and computing inline calculations of basic equations, such as multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction.
RadioButtons is a new container control that enables you to create related groups of RadioButton elements easily, while also correctly supporting keyboarding and narrator/screen reader functionality
For more info, design guidance, and code examples, see Design and code Windows apps.
The WinUI 3 Gallery and WinUI 2 Gallery apps include interactive examples of most WinUI 3 and WinUI 2 controls, features, and functionality.
You can also get the source code for both from GitHub (use the main branch for WinUI 3 and the winui2 branch for WinUI 2).
How-to articles for Windows UI Library controls are included with the Universal Windows Platform controls documentation.
API reference docs are located here: Windows UI Library APIs.