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ASPxLoadingPanel Class

An ASPxLoadingPanel control.

Namespace: DevExpress.Web

Assembly: DevExpress.Web.v21.2.dll

Declaration

public class ASPxLoadingPanel :
    ASPxWebControl

Remarks

The ASPxLoadingPanel is a panel with text and image. An end user can display and hide it when it is required (for example, while a callback is being processed on the server side).

ASPxLoadingPanel_control.png

Create a Loading Panel

Design Time

The ASPxLoadingPanel control is available on the DX.21.2: Navigation & Layout toolbox tab in the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE.

LoadingPanel in Toolbox

Drag the control onto a form and customize the control’s settings, or paste the control markup in the page’s source code.

<dx:ASPxLoadingPanel ID="ASPxLoadingPanel1" runat="server" Text="Loading...">
</dx:ASPxLoadingPanel>

Run Time

using DevExpress.Web;
...
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) {
    ASPxLoadingPanel panel = new ASPxLoadingPanel();
    panel.ID = "ASPxLoadingPanel1";
    form1.Controls.Add(panel);
    panel.Text = "Loading...";
}

Note

DevExpress controls require that you register special modules, handlers, and options in the Web.config file. You can change this file or switch to the Design tab in the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE to automatically update the Web.config file. Note that this information is automatically registered if you use the DevExpress Template Gallery to create a project.

Client-Side API

The ASPxLoadingPanel‘s client-side API is implemented with JavaScript language and exposed by the ASPxClientLoadingPanel object.

Availability

Available by default.

Client object type

ASPxClientLoadingPanel

Access name

ASPxLoadingPanel.ClientInstanceName

Events

ASPxLoadingPanel.ClientSideEvents

Container Element

You can display the loading panel over the entire page or a specified HTML element (ContainerElementID).

<dx:ASPxLoadingPanel ID="ASPxLoadingPanel1" runat="server"
  ClientInstanceName="lPanel" ContainerElementID="myDiv" Modal="True" ...>
</dx:ASPxLoadingPanel>

<div style="width:500px; height:300px; border: 1px solid red;" id="myDiv">
TEST
</div>
<dx:ASPxButton ID="ASPxButton1" runat="server" Text="ASPxButton" 
    AutoPostBack="False">
    <ClientSideEvents Click="function(s, e) {
          lPanel.Show();
    }" />
</dx:ASPxButton>

You can display the loading panel in modal mode (ASPxLoadingPanel.Modal). In this mode, the loadting panel retains the input focus while active. The user cannot switch the focus to the page until the loading panel is not hidden by the code. In modal mode, the loading panel covers the entire page behind it (or just the element specified via the ASPxLoadingPanel.ContainerElementID property) with a specific Loading DIV element.

<dx:ASPxLoadingPanel ID="ASPxLoadingPanel1" runat="server"
  ClientInstanceName="lPanel" ContainerElementID="myDiv" Modal="True" ...>
</dx:ASPxLoadingPanel>

<div style="width:500px; height:300px; border: 1px solid red;" id="myDiv">
TEST
</div>
<dx:ASPxButton ID="ASPxButton1" runat="server" Text="ASPxButton" 
    AutoPostBack="False">
    <ClientSideEvents Click="function(s, e) {
          lPanel.Show();
    }" />
</dx:ASPxButton>

Appearance Customization

The control’s appearance can be customized via specific style properties, or by assigning a CSS class.

Templates

You can provide custom content for the loading panel (ASPxLoadingPanel.Template).

Online Demo

ASPxLoadingPanel - Example

See Also