UI for WPF
Splash Screen for WPF is a control designed to enable end users to see the progress of a program in loading. Every visual element of the Splash Screen, from its image, to animations and loading process visualization, can be customized to meet the design criteria of your WPF application and ensure consistent experience for the end user.
The Splash Screen control is equipped with a screen manager which allows you to customize the displayed image.
The default setting of the Splash Screen visualizes an indeterminate progress bar notifying the user that a program is in the process of loading. The control allows you to change this visualization and indicate the progress with values from 0 to 100.
The Splash Screen control footer is flexible to customization—you can choose to customize the content of the Splash Screen footer by defining a template or by setting the Content/Footer properties.
The Splash Screen control for WPF provides two built-in animations—one for opening and one for closing the screen. The default animations are fade-in and fade-out, and are flexible to modifications, replacement or removal.
With Splash Screen for WPF you can take advantage of the rich set of Telerik themes to modernize the appearance of your Splash Screen. Alternatively, you can implement different designs that can be changed at runtime.