Say you are building an application for purchasing movie tickets. Buying the tickets requires several distinct actions - picking the movie, choosing seats, paying through payment gateway. What UI tool do you use to display all of these steps? Well, this is exactly the scenario we built the Telerik UI for JSP Stepper component! Use it to walk your users through all the steps required for them to complete the action they want to.
Orientation, Layout and Customization
The Stepper can be configured in several ways:
Steps can ordered horizontally or vertically
Labels on steps by default are displayed next to the step indicator but can also be offset
Steps may be represented with only indicators, only labels or both
Fonts, colors and icons can all be changed
Flexibility is a pillar of all our components. A naive implementation of a stepper would just force users to complete steps in the orders they are defined. With the Telerik UI for JSP Stepper developers are able to
Mark steps as optional
Let users go back and forward
Show errors and warnings directly in the stepper's UI
RTL Support, Keyboard Navigation, Accessibility
The Stepper is accessible to anyone - it works with RTL languages like Hebrew and Arabic, it works without a mouse and it works with screen readers as it is ARIA-compatible. You don't have to do anything - everything is available out of the box.