jsProgressBarHandler all about?
So, what has changed?
jsProgressBarHandler now consists of 2 classes: a
jsProgressBar-class which is a class defining a progress bar and a
jsProgressBarHandler-class which scans your HTML page for
span elements with the
progressBar-className and automagically creates progressbars of them. The sepration into two classes enables you, the user, to manually creating new
jsProgressBar instances (viz. progress bars) on the fly! The automatic creation of progress bars can even totally be disabled with the ease of setting a simple parameter named
Anything else has changed?
Yes! It even now is possible to set some options when creating progress bars (note that when using
autoHook all the progressbars will use the same default options). The options one can set are
animate. The first two make the creation of bigger and/or smaller progress bars even more easy than before. The
animate option enables/disables the use of animation (viz. should a change in percentage slide to the new percentage or directly be applied?)
Cool, is there a demo?
Note that next to the demo above isn’t the only one … even an AJAX demo exists!
Where can I download it?
Wow, you’re going to fast: I have a question, I need help, I need more info, how do I configure this thing?
Don’t worry my friend, there’s a full page here on bram.us devoted to
jsProgressBarHandler where you can find all info about it.