class Atk4\Ui\ProgressBar


ProgressBar is actually a quite simple element, but it can be made quite interactive along with JsSse.


Basic Usage


After adding a console to your Render Tree, you just need to set a callback:

// add progressbar showing 0 (out of 100)
$bar = ProgressBar::addTo($app);

// add with some other value of 20% and label
$bar2 = ProgressBar::addTo($app, [20, '% Battery']);

The value of the progress bar can be changed either before rendering, inside PHP, or after rendering with JavaScript:

$bar->value = 5; // sets this value instead of 0

Button::addTo($app, ['charge up the battery'])
    ->on('click', $bar2->jsValue(100));

Updating Progress in RealTime

You can use real-time element such as JsSse or Console (which relies on JsSse) to execute jsValue() of your progress bar and adjust the display value.


Console also implements method Console::send so you can use it to send progress updates of your progress-bar.