The RadBusyIndicator control allows you to display an animation which indicates that your application is busy waiting for an asynchronous operation to finish.
The control comes with a bunch of predefined animations that can be easily set. You can define your own animations and use them with the RadBusyIndicator control.
You can use the following properties to fine-tune the behavior of RadBusyIndicator:
Content: Defines the content that is displayed next to the animation. This content may give useful information about the process being indicated by the control.
ContentTemplate : Defines the template used to represent the content defined in the Content property.
ContentPosition : Accepts values from the ContentPosition enum which defines the position of the content relative to the indicator animation.
IsActive: Defines whether the RadBusyIndicator control displays an animation or not.
AnimationStyle: Gets or sets a value defined by the AnimationStyle enumeration
that determines the type of animation shown in the RadBusyIndicator.
IndicatorAnimationStyle: Accepts a Style instance which defines the actual indicator animation.
Can be used to define a custom indicator animation. For more information on this property take a look at the Custom animations topic.
In order to use RadBusyIndicator for Windows Universal, the following references are required: