Kendo UI for Angular Stepper Overview

The Kendo UI for Angular Stepper visualizes the progress of a process by dividing the content into logical steps.

It enables wizard-like workflow and supports multiple step types, linear flow, step validation, templates, and more.

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The following example demonstrates the Stepper in action.

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Key Features

  • Types—You can display each step of the Stepper as a circle indicator, a text label, or a combination of the two.
  • Appearance—The Stepper enables you to customize the appearance of its steps, for example, to display icons as indicators, add custom text inside the indicators, disable steps, and more.
  • Validation—The Stepper allows you to implement validation logic and render a success or an error icon for previous steps.
  • Linear flow—You can override the default linear flow of steps and enable the user to access all stages of the process.
  • Orientation—The Stepper enables you to arrange its panes horizontally or vertically.
  • Templates—You can apply templates to display custom content and customize the appearance of the Stepper indicators, labels, and steps.
  • Globalization—All Kendo UI for Angular Layout components provide globalization options.
  • Accessibility—The Stepper is accessible for screen readers and supports WAI-ARIA attributes.
  • Keyboard Navigation—The Stepper supports a number of keyboard shortcuts for processing various commands.

Known Limitations

The Stepper component is not supported in IE 11 and below as its implementation relies entirely on the CSS Grid Layout.

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