- bit BlazorUI

ProgressIndicator

BitProgressIndicators are used to show the completion status of an operation lasting more than 2 seconds. If the state of progress cannot be determined, use a Spinner instead. ProgressIndicators can appear in a new panel, a flyout, under the UI initiating the operation, or even replacing the initiating UI, as long as the UI can return if the operation is canceled or is stopped. Real-world examples include copying files to a storage location, saving edits to a file, and more. Use units that are informative and relevant to give the best idea to users of how long the operation will take to complete. Avoid time units as they are rarely accurate enough to be trustworthy. Also, combine steps of a complex operation into one total bar to avoid “rewinding” the bar. Instead change the operation description to reflect the change if necessary. Bars moving backwards reduce confidence in the service.

Usage

BitProgressIndicator
Example title
Push button to start!

Indeterminate
Example title
Example description

Implementation

BitProgressIndicator parameters
Name
Type
Default value
Description
AriaValueText string string.Empty Text alternative of the progress status, used by screen readers for reading the value of the progress.
Classes BitProgressIndicatorClassStyles? null Custom CSS classes for different parts of the BitProgressIndicator.
BarColor string? null Color of the BitProgressIndicator.
BarHeight int 2 Height of the BitProgressIndicator.
Description string string.Empty Text describing or supplementing the operation.
DescriptionTemplate RenderFragment? null Custom template for describing or supplementing the operation.
IsProgressHidden bool false Whether or not to hide the progress state.
Label string string.Empty Label to display above the BitProgressIndicator.
LabelTemplate RenderFragment? null Custom label template to display above the BitProgressIndicator.
PercentComplete double? null Percentage of the operation's completeness, numerically between 0 and 100. If this is not set, the indeterminate progress animation will be shown instead.
ProgressTemplate RenderFragment<BitProgressIndicator>? null A custom template for progress track.
Styles BitProgressIndicatorClassStyles? null Custom CSS Styles for different parts of the BitProgressIndicator.
BitComponentBase parameters
Name
Type
Default value
Description
AriaLabel string? null The aria-label of the control for the benefit of screen readers.
Class string? null Custom CSS class for the root element of the component.
HtmlAttributes Dictionary<string, object> new Dictionary<string, object>() Capture and render additional attributes in addition to the component's parameters.
Id string? null Custom id attribute for the root element. if null the UniqueId will be used instead.
IsEnabled bool true Whether or not the component is enabled.
Style string? null Custom CSS style for the root element of the component.
Visibility BitVisibility BitVisibility.Visible Whether the component is visible, hidden or collapsed.
BitComponentBase public members
Name
Type
Default value
Description
UniqueId Guid Guid.NewGuid() The readonly unique id of the root element. it will be assigned to a new Guid at component instance construction.
RootElement ElementReference The ElementReference of the root element.
BitProgressIndicatorClassStyles properties
Name
Type
Default value
Description
Root string? null Custom CSS classes/styles for the root element of the BitProgressIndicator.
LabelContainer string? null Custom CSS classes/styles for the label container of the BitProgressIndicator.
IndicatorWrapper string? null Custom CSS classes/styles for the indicator wrapper of the BitProgressIndicator.
Tracker string? null Custom CSS classes/styles for the tracker of the BitProgressIndicator.
Bar string? null Custom CSS classes/styles for the bar of the BitProgressIndicator.
DescriptionContainer string? null Custom CSS classes/styles for the description container of the BitProgressIndicator.
BitVisibility enum
Name
Value
Description
Visible 0 The content of the component is visible.
Hidden 1 The content of the component is hidden, but the space it takes on the page remains (visibility:hidden).
Collapsed 2 The component is hidden (display:none).