Intro with a progress bar, example code is as

Intro A progress bar can be defined as the graphical control element that can be used to pictorially represent the progression of a computer operation, such as a download, file transfer, or installation.The graphic can be added with a textual representation of progress in a percent format.The progress of the task is conveyed by the progress bar, but it does not define the progress.Bootstrap Progress BarProgress bars are built from two HTML elements, few attributes, and some CSS style to set the width of the progress bar.Progress bars can also be animated stacked up and placed labels on them.##########################################################image##################################################Some of the essential Bootstrap(v4.0.0- Beta) classes to include a progress bar’s are :1.”.progress”-acts as a wrapper to indicate the maximum value of the progress bar.2.”.progress-bar”-which is the child of the “.progress”, is used to indicate the progress so far.The “.progress-bar” requires additional inline functionality to get it to work like adding inline style, utility class or custom CSS to set their width.It also requires some of the HTML elements, attributes like ‘role’ and ‘aria’ to make it accessible.When we include them all together, we end up with a progress bar, example code is as shown below:

 
 
 
 
 

##################################################image##################################################Bootstrap also allows us to add and manipulate the certain features like adding labels to the progress bar, adjusting the height, setting various background, stacking up the bars(multiple bars), Striped progress bar and lastly giving animations to the striped Bar.Height- The height of the progress bar can be modified using CSS, we include the style attribute’s height property and set it to the value we want.The below code renders a progress bar with height 1px.

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Label- We can add labels to our progress bars by placing the text within the .progres-bar class.Example code looks as shown below.

 
25%

This Code renders a progress bar with label 25%.Backgrounds- The background utility class which are defined in the bootstrap can be used to change the appearance of the individual progress bars.Some of the most used background utility classes are as follows:.bg-success – Green.bg-info – Blue.bg-warning – Yellow.bg-danger – RedThe code below renders the 4 progress bars with colors green, blue, yellow and red respectively.

 
 
 
 

We also have other features that can be added to progress bar like animations and add a striped gradient etc, but the once we have discussed above are the ones that are commonly used.For more information on the Progress bar, you can read the official documentation of the Bootstrap’s Progress Bar.The link to the page is https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/components/progress/.