ProgressBar

Indicates a wait time for deterministic actions- either within an experience flow or loading data.

Accessibility

  • ProgressBar has a role="progressbar" and aria-valuenow={number} set.

Progress bar Basic Usage

Progress bar with Negative Color

Progress bar with Visible Label

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Progress bar with Custom Label

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Progress bar with Alternate Success Value

Progress bar with Overrides

Overrides

Additionally, you can fully customize any part of the ProgressBar through the overrides prop. The ProgressBar consists of multiple subcomponents that are listed bellow and you can override each one of them. To help you identify the names of these subcomponents, you can highlight them through this selector:

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Note: You should always use longhand CSS properties. Mixing shorthands and longhands will lead into strange behaviors!

ProgressBar API

children Node

Node

getProgressLabel function = (value, successValue) => undefined

The function that returns a progress bar label to display.

number, number => Node

value number = 0

The value between 0 and 100 | successValue of the progress indicator.

successValue number = 100

A custom completion value.

showLabel boolean = false

If set to false, label is hidden and getProgressLabel is ignored.

overrides object = {}

Root { component: ?ComponentType<<T> & { children: Node }>, props: ?{} | ({}) => ?{}, style: ?{} | ({}) => ?{} }<<T>> | ComponentType<<T> & { children: Node }>*
Bar { component: ?ComponentType<<T> & { children: Node }>, props: ?{} | ({}) => ?{}, style: ?{} | ({}) => ?{} }<<T>> | ComponentType<<T> & { children: Node }>*
BarProgress { component: ?ComponentType<<T> & { children: Node }>, props: ?{} | ({}) => ?{}, style: ?{} | ({}) => ?{} }<<T>> | ComponentType<<T> & { children: Node }>*
Label { component: ?ComponentType<<T> & { children: Node }>, props: ?{} | ({}) => ?{}, style: ?{} | ({}) => ?{} }<<T>> | ComponentType<<T> & { children: Node }>*