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How to Design Attractive Progress Bars with Tailwind CSS?

In today’s fast-paced digital world, user experience is a crucial aspect of web development.

Consider you are building an online file upload feature for a cloud storage application. When users upload files, they often want to know the progress of their upload to estimate the remaining time or ensure the process is successfully completed.

By integrating a progress bar into your file upload feature, you can provide real-time feedback to the users, keeping them informed about the progress of their file upload. This enhances the user experience by reducing uncertainty and providing a sense of control over the upload process.

In this blog post, we will explore the power of progress bars and how you can easily create them using Tailwind CSS, a popular utility-first CSS framework. Let’s dive in!

Here's what you will learn in this blog?

  • Why Progress Bar Matters
  • Getting Started with Tailwind CSS
    1. Basic progress bar with rounded edges
    2. Slim progress bar with sharp edges
    3. Progress bar with a label
    4. Animated progress bar
    5. Straight progress bar with bottom text
    6. Vertical progress bars
    7. Thermometer progress bar
    8. Multi-color progress bar
    9. Gradient progress bar
    10. Progress bar with multicolors and multi sections
  • Conclusion

With its extensive set of utility classes, Tailwind CSS provides a straightforward and efficient way to style and customize progress bars to suit your design needs.

In this blog, you will learn that we experimented with different styles, including gradient progress bars, vertical progress bars, circular progress bars, and multi-color progress bars.

For a detailed version of this blog with examples, kindly visit Canopas Blog.

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