UI for WPF

WPF StepProgressBar

  • The Telerik WPF StepProgressBar control allows you to visualize and guide your end-users through complex, multi-step processes .
  • Part of the Telerik UI for WPF library along with 160+ professionally-designed UI controls.
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  • Full-featured StepProgressBar for WPF Applications

    The Telerik StepProgressBar control allows you to easily visualize your WPF application's complex and lengthy process. Visualize complex, multi-step processes with a number of different steps and enable your end-users to seamlessly move from one step to the next by animating the progress movement.

    This UI control is ideal for scenarios where you want to guide the users through a complex process by making it easy and intuitive for them to complete. The control covers many use cases, from orders and multi-step forms to onboarding. 

    Getting Started with the Telerik UI for WPF StepProgressBar control.

    WPF StepProgressBar control overview
  • Flexible Customizations

    Each step of the WPF StepProgressBar control can be fully customized to meet your design requirements – from the geometry of the shape, to its’ width, height, and stroke, the Telerik StepProgressbar control will meet your customization needs.

    Documentation on Customizing Step Appearance.

  • Support for Data Binding

    The control comes with built-in data binding support, which allows you to provide a collection of any objects that can store information for each step.

    Documentation on Data Binding (MVVM).

  • Layout Orientations

    By default, the StepProgressBar control is arranged horizontally – from left to right, but if your applications require a different layout orientation, you can easily change it to vertical orientation – top to bottom or vice versa.

    Documentation on Layout Orientation.

  • Selection Support

    The selection feature of the StepProgressBar allows you to highlight a given step based on its’ current progress. The selected steps have three distinct statuses – not started, indetermined and completed. The steps in the progress bar can be selected in code or via click in the UI.

    Documentation on Selection Support.

  • Step Items Content

    Each step of the StepProgressBar for WPF can display content on top and bottom of its visual element – the contents are optional and fully customizable.

    Documentation on Step Items Contents.

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