Useful jQuery, css, css3 loading & progress bars animated become quite popular lately, and there are lots of plugins that can help you add one to your site. But how do you make one yourself? The problem is that there are plenty of implementations already, so in those tutorials, we are going to code something different – that have built in progress loading bar animation. This is a collection of loading and progress bar spinners animated with CSS3 jQuery. Each spinner consists of a single div with a class of ‘loader' and content text of Loading. The text is for screen readers and can be used as a fallback state for older browsers. The aim of this project was to create a set of minimal loading spinners that are visually appealing and also convey their intended meaning.
A strict limit of one element per loader (not including pseudo-elements) was placed on this project based on the belief that something as simple as a loader doesn't deserve more. Each loader is given a font size in pixels and all other sizes are in ems so to change the size of a loader, just adjust the font-size.
CSS Circle loading
SVG Loading icons
Glitchy Loading Indicator
Corange Loading Screen
Hexagonal Loading Animation
Staggered Wave Loading
Animated loading and login screen
Loading Animation in pure CSS3
This is an experiment to make an animation for preloader, hope you guys like it.
Facebook Loading Animation Using CSS
CSS Loading Animation
Windows phone loading animation
Pure CSS Spin Loader
CSS3 Charging Battery
CSS Loading Spinners
CSS3 Loading Element CSS Spinners
They will be perfect for displaying progress while submitting forms or loading content via AJAX. They will also use CSS3 styles and transitions to make them easy to customize.
A tutorial on how to implement the circular progress button concept by Colin Garven. We are using the SVG line drawing animation technique as described by Jake Archibald to animate the circular progress and provide a success and error state to indicate the final status.
Quick Tip: Add a Progress Bar to Your Site
In this quick tip, we will use the new NProgress jQuery plugin to add a progress bar to a web page. If you’d like to learn more, keep reading! NProgress is a jQuery plugin that shows an interactive progress bar on the top of your page, inspired by the one on YouTube. It consists of a global object – NProgress which holds a number of methods that you can call to advance the progress bar.
Pace automatic web page progress bar
pace.js and a CSS theme of your choice, and you get a beautiful progress indicator for your page load and ajax navigation. Pace will automatically monitor your Ajax requests, event loop lag, document ready state and elements on your page to decide on the progress.
ProgressJs for loading pictures
You can use ProgressJs to show the progress of loading contents (images, videos, etc.) on the page to the users. It can be used on all elements including textboxes, textareas or even the whole body.
Animated Progress Bar in 4 lines of jQuery
Progress bars are really useful to indicate to user that something happens and when it will be approximately done. They are useful on page where assets should be preloaded before page is shown to user. That’s why is important that progress bar code is light weight so it can be loaded really fast at the start.
CSS3 Loading Animation
It is 3 simple CSS3 Loading Animations. I remember that CSS3 Loading Animations are only visible in Firefox, Safari and Chrome. What do you wait, start reading!
CSS loading Animation Generator
It is easy generate tool for creating loading in style.
The Heartcode CanvasLoader Creator is a free online tool which you can use to generate scripted preloaders (spinners or throbblers) for your HTML projects. The Creator is using the CanvasLoader UI Library.
spin.js AJAX loading
Spin.js dynamically creates spinning activity indicators that can be used as resolution-independent replacement for AJAX loading GIFs
Bouncy Animated Loading Animation
Sonic – looping loaders
Sonic is a small (~3k minified) JS “class” you can use to create custom loading animations. It works best with looping animations — i.e. a snake that’s trying to eat its own tail.
Sonic uses the HTML5
Animated Goal Progress Bar jQuery plugin
This plugin allows you to create an animated progress bar using jQuery. Just fill in the required input and the plugin calculates the progress of your goal and animates the bar. You can specify text to put before and after the amount raised.
You are welcome to download the plugin and use it in your personal projects provided that you leave the credits in the source code.
A set of flat and 3D progress button styles where the button itself serves as a progress indicator. 3D styles are used for showing the progress indication on one side of the button while rotating the button in perspective.
Pure CSS Progress Bar
A Progress Bar implemented entirely using CSS 3 gradients, shadows, and border-radius, with a touch of animation.
The idea is simple: Add a loading bar / progress bar whenever an XHR request goes out in angular. Multiple requests within the same time period get bundled together such that each response increments the progress bar by the appropriate amount.
This is mostly cool because you simply include it in your app, and it works. There's no complicated setup, and no need to maintain the state of the loading bar; it's all handled automatically by the interceptor.
CSS 5 steps progress bar
A simple one div loading
Loading Text Animation
CSS3 – “loading” Shuriken
Just an animated shuriken that can be used as a loading indicator.
Yet more CSS loading animations
CSS loading animations are all the rage. Here are some more super simple, yet elegant, styles that take advantage of border-radius and border-style.
CSS3 loading animation
Playing with CSS-only loading animations. No images used anywhere.
Single Asset Image Loading
As images in the DOM are loaded by the browser, we capture the “load” event and use it to fade in our images with CSS3, hiding the traditional line-by-line loading from the user.
Single element loading animation
CSS3 Loading animations
Some css3 loading animations experiments. Have fun and remember to share what you learn
CSS Loading Bar
Simple loading with sass
CSS Loading dots
Infinite Loading Animation
26 frames loading animation using css sprites(single png) and css3 keyframe animation (written in SASS)
CSS Loading Spinner
Loading animation with keyframe for CSS
pure CSS loading animation
Another Text loading animation effect
Worms' pong Loading
A simple loading system using :after content + CSS3 keyframes animation
css3 loading animation
Loading – Animation Css3
Loading CSS3 Animation
css Loading animation
Loading Middle Spin
CSS3 Loading Animation
Facebook style loading animation in pure CSS
This loading animation is inspired by Facebook's loading animation. This is written in pure CSS and can be used on any element by adding the class name.
Glowing Loading Bar
CSS3 Progress Bar with jQuery coolness
This tutorial on how to write a CSS3 progress bar and add some cool animation, along with a jQuery counter
Flat Progress Bar
Pure CSS radial progress bar
CSS3 animated loading bar
Skills bar using HTML5 progress tag
Negative text progress bar
Loading stripes bar
Simple progress bar
Yummy Progress Bar
List Bar Graph Styles v2
Simple Progress Bar CSS/jQuery Plugin
Real simple Progress bar plugin that relies on css3 for animation. The percent is held in a data attribute.
Loading bar with Text
Cross-browser loading bar with jQuery.
Progess bar made with css
Horizontal Bar Graph with D3
Form Progress Bar
Sparkle Progress Bars
Shiny Sparkle Progress bars with percentage label.
List Bar-Graph Styles
Multiple Progress bar/Loader
Progress bar profile completion
Using a progress element for a profile completion bar. Added click states to see desired behavior; in the wild the user would click a “save” or “next” button which would animate the progress bar accordingly.
HTML Progress Bar
css Skill bars
CSS3 progress bar
Skill Bar Animation with jQuery & CSS3
The skill bar gives you an opportunity to show visitors to your site how qualified you and your teams are. Add a skill title, percentage of proficiency, and a color (hex value). It’s a quick and colorful way to showcase your knowledge about you and your team.