In iOS applications, the ProgressView is used to display the progress of the task over time. The ProgressView is the instance of UIProgressView, which inherits the UIView class.
The ProgressView displays the progress bar where we can use the methods and properties of the UIProgressView class to manage its style. We can get and set the values that are pinned to the progress of a task.
Properties and methods
Adding ProgressView to the Interface Builder.
In this example, we will simulate the sign-up example in which we will prompt the user to register in the application by filling the name, email id, and password. When the user taps the submit button, we will show a progress bar to the user, which indicates that the user data is being saved in the database.
To create the interface for the project, we will add four text fields with the sign-up label, and a submit button to the storyboard and define the auto-layout rules for them to govern their position and sizes as shown in the following image.
Now, let's add the progress view and a label to indicate the progress to the interface, as shown in the following image.
When the user taps on the submit button, we will execute a timer to represent the progress of the progress view.