Raygun4Maui will get you set up with Raygun Crash Reporting for your .NET MAUI application in no time.

Version 1.0.0

This provider has been released with limited functionality. It currently supports reporting of unhandled exceptions and ILogger logging. At this time, testing has only been conducted on Windows. Contact support if you have any questions or concerns.

The best way to install Raygun is to use the NuGet package manager. Right-click on your project and select "Manage NuGet Packages....". Navigate to the Browse tab, then use the search box to find Raygun4Maui and install it.

Alternatively, visit the Raygun4Maui NuGet Gallery page for instructions on installation using the package manager console.

Import the module by:

using Raygun4Maui;

To activate sending of unhandled exceptions and logs to Raygun, you must add Raygun4Maui to your MauiApp builder. To do so, open you main MauiProgram class (MauiProgram.cs) and change the CreateMauiApp method by adding the AddRaygun4Maui extension method:

var builder = MauiApp.CreateBuilder();

The AddRaygun4Maui extension method and the RaygunMauiClient constructor have overloaded methods that can take a RaygunMauiSettings options object, which extends RaygunSettings from Raygun4Net.

RaygunMauiSettings supports the following configurations:

  • Any configuration available in Raygun4Net's RaygunSettings, such as ApiKey.
  • SendDefaultTags (default true) that adds the Log Level (e.g. Severe, Warning, etc.) and the Build Platform (e.g. Windows, Android, iOS, etc.) to reports and logs sent to Raygun.
  • SendDefaultCustomData (default true) that adds all available information in the uncaught exception's callback as custom data on the crash report sent to Raygun.
  • MinLogLevel and MaxLogLevel that specify the range of logging levels to be sent to Raygun.

To use these additional configurations, create and initialize a new RaygunMauiSettings object:

Raygun4MauiSettings raygunMauiSettings = new Raygun4MauiSettings {
    ApiKey = "paste_your_api_key_here",
    SendDefaultTags = true, // Default value
    SendDefaultCustomData = true, // Default value
    MinLogLevel = LogLevel.Debug, // Default value
    MaxLogLevel = LogLevel.Critical // Default value

Then add Raygun4Maui to your MauiApp builder, this time passing in the RaygunMauiSettings object instead of the API key directly:


Unhandled exceptions will be sent to Raygun automatically.

To make a log entry, acquire the reference to the ILogger services that your MAUI app maintains:

ILogger logger = Handler.MauiContext.Services.GetService<ILogger<MainPage>>();

You may now invoke the various ILogger log methods from the logger object accordingly. For example:

logger.LogInformation("Raygun4Maui.SampleApp.TestLoggerErrorsSent: {MethodName} @ {Timestamp}", "TestLogInformation", DateTime.UtcNow.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss"));

logger.LogCritical("Raygun4Maui.SampleApp.TestLoggerErrorsSent: {MethodName} @ {Timestamp}", "TestLogCritical", DateTime.UtcNow.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss"));

With this functionality, you can also manually catch-and-log exceptions as follows:

try {
    // Code that throws exception
} catch (Exception e) {
    // Example ILogger call. You can use the ILogger method and arguments of your choice.
    _logger.Log(LogLevel.Error, e, "Exception caught at {Timestamp}", DateTime.UtcNow.ToString("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss"));

If you require more fine-grain control over sending messages to Raygun, you can create a RaygunClient instance from the package Mindscape.Raygun4Net, which is already wrapped in this module.

This gives you access to underlying methods such as Send and SendInBackground, as described in our Raygun for .NET Core docs.

The provider is open source and available at the Raygun4Maui repository.