The RadBusyIndicator is a control which gives you the ability to notify the user that there is an ongoing process in the application. This tutorial will help you get started with the RadBusyIndicator basics.
Create a RadBusyIndicator control
In order to add a RadBusyIndicator to your application, you have to simply create an instance of it in your XAML.
As the RadBusyIndicator is located in the Telerik.Windows.Controls namespace of the Telerik.Windows.Controls assembly, you have to add references to the following assembly to your project:
You also have to declare the following namespace in your UserControl:
Here is a sample code:
You can also create a RadBusyIndicator in code-behind:
RadBusyIndicator busyIndicator = new RadBusyIndicator();
Dim busyIndicator As New RadBusyIndicator()
When you are using the RadBusyIndicator control you always have to set its Content property. This will be the content on top of which you want to visualize the RadBusyIndicator control.
Enable the RadBusyIndicator
In order to display the RadBusyIndicator in your application you will have to use its IsBusy property. When set to True the RadBusyIndicator control becomes visible.
Styles and Templates
Take a look at the Styles and Templates section which is entirely dedicated to styling and templating the RadBusyIndicator control.
Working with the RadBusyIndicator control
In order to learn how to use the RadBusyIndicator and what capabilities it holds, read the various topics that describe its features. Learn more about the: