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rc-progress

v2.5.2

Published

progress ui component for react

Downloads

1,253,737

Readme

rc-progress

Progress Bar.

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Example

http://react-component.github.io/progress/

Screenshots

Browsers

  • support IE9+, Chrome, Firefox, Safari

Install

rc-progress

Usage

import { Line, Circle } from 'rc-progress';

ReactDOM.render(<div>
  <Line percent="10" strokeWidth="4" strokeColor="#D3D3D3" />
  <Circle percent="10" strokeWidth="4" strokeColor="#D3D3D3" />
</div>, container);

API

props

name type default description
strokeWidth Number 1 Width of the stroke. Unit is percentage of SVG canvas size.
strokeColor String #2db7f5 Stroke color.
trailWidth Number 1 Width of the trail stroke. Unit is percentage of SVG canvas size. Trail is always centered relative to actual progress path. If trailWidth are not defined, it same as strokeWidth.
trailColor String #D9D9D9 Color for lighter trail stroke underneath the actual progress path.
strokeLinecap String 'round' The shape to be used at the end of the progress bar, can be `butt`, `square` or `round`.
prefixCls String rc-progress prefix className for component
className String customized className
style Object style object will be added to svg element
percent Number 0 the percent of the progress
gapDegree Number 0 the gap degree of half circle, 0 - 360
gapPosition String top the gap position, value: top, bottom, left, right.

Installation

npm install --save rc-progress

Development

npm install
npm start

License

rc-progress is released under the MIT license.