Learn How To Use ProgressBar Control in Windows form Application using Visual Studio.
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Check out the below video to learn How To Use ProgressBar Control in Windows form Application using Visual Studio Professional IDE.
How To Use ProgressBar Control in Windows form Application in Visual Studio?
There are times when you create installers or file uploaders where you wish to show the progress of the tasks being performed. And in such case the progressbar control is very handy. In fact it can keep the users engaged with your application without being felt like they are lost in some sort of tasks or seen as hanged or lagging.
In the example shown in the video, we are basically dropping the control on the form and checking out how it works. You have to also make use of the timer in some way if you are watching the task vs the time elapsed for the operation done and tracked through the progressbar control.
So let's see how you can create the instance of the progressbar control on the Windows form.
ProgressBar pBar = new ProgressBar();
As you can see in the above code, once you write this in your winforms code. It would call for this component on the form. Now here you have to add the necessary logic required for the progressbar to function.
So that's simple demo for you to check out.
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