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A Lightweight JavaScript Library For Accurate Web Loading Progress | realprogress.js

realprogress.js JavaScript library displays a progress bar to indicate the exact loading progress of your content-rich website.

It is recommended to include the library as close to the topĀ  <body> as possible (preferably at the top) and the text it uses should be right after that. You can even put it at the top of the <head>.

Hint: When you handle the onProgress event, check if the progress bar (or anything that visualizes progress) is present. This is because the <script> tags prevent the HTML from being parsed, so if the script is above the bar, it won’t be there yet.

Imitate Interlaced Progressive Image Loading Effect on JavaScript

How to make use of it:

Install realprogress via NPM:

npm install realprogress

1. Load the thumbnail of realprogress.js into the HTML document.

<script src="js/realprogress.min.js"></script>

2. API.

RealProgress.onResourceLoad = function () {
  // on loaded
};
RealProgress.onProgress = function () {
  // on progress
};
RealProgress.onLoad = function () {
  // on load
};

Accurate Page Loading Indicator, realprogress.js Plugin/Github


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Official Website(hdodov): Click Here

This superior jQuery/javascript plugin is developed by hdodov. For extra advanced usage, please go to the official website.

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