Due to popular demand, here it is in CSS
about 3 years ago
Nice use of -webkit-animation to make the stripes happen :)
We use the same process in SublimeVideo before the video start :)
Not to be rude, but it's not pure CSS if you've got the stripes as an image.
You could draw the stripes in the browser and make it pure CSS.
Like the inset box-shadows for the border highlights.
This is awesome. Would it actually be functional? Meaning there would be progress assuming it was a real web app implementation?
@Henry, I've updated it with some JS to simulate progress.
Also, now available with added Firefox support :)
@Koren thanks for your feedback, I looked at SVG but ultimately decided it was more weight than using an image, and it's also nothing to do with CSS, so the *Pure CSS* statement would still be slightly tarnished. I'll look into transforming CSS gradients or the likes in place of the image.
well done. i was going to hook up a version with ff support, but you beat me to it. dig the animated version, too. nice touch.
@River well almost, If you can figure out FF animations that would be a big help.
All source code is now up on GitHub http://github.com/ivanvanderbyl/ui-progress-bar
Tip: With a little trickery, you can do stripes with webkit gradients -- Ink Stain
This works really well in Opera 10.62.
Thanks for the heads up @Josh, I'll patch it shortly.
@Paul, thanks I'll add it to the list.
Cheers Ivan! This is awesome!
by Matthew Anderson
Upgrading the Onehub uploader to support drag and drop. This is part of the overlay - the progress bar activates once you have dropped your files on to the drop target.
about 3 years ago
The new drag and drop uploader I'm working on seemed like a perfect use case. Thanks for the inspiration!
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