Adobe Flash Player Updater Progressbar For VB.NET

this is something very cool by the way i am using images , if you know adobe flash player updater else here is a picture of the adobe flash updater progressbar

adobe flash player updater

ok lets get started just create a new project and download this files and add them to the resources and now add a picturebox and rename to pbback select picture box 1 backgroundimage from properties and select pb4 image from resources and now add a timer and set the interval to 100 and make the timer enabled = true you can change the timer interval for your needs if you want and now add a button two buttons from the toolbox , button one is to start the progressbar and button two is to reset the progressbar , add two pictureboxes and change the size to 2, 31 and rename one to pbright and the other one to pbleft now place the pbright on the right side of the picturebox1 and place the pbleft on the left side of the picturebox1

pbright and pbleft

now fix pbleft and pbright with pbback

fix pbright and pbleft with pbback
at last time for some coding double click your form and add these code below

Public Class Form1

    'Author : Mohamed Shimran
    'Blog :

    Public Function pbreset()
        pbblue.Width = "0"
        pbright.Image = My.Resources.pbar1nblue
        pbleft.Image = My.Resources.pbar3nblue
        Return Nothing
    End Function
    Public Function pbarinc(ByVal increment As Integer)
        pbleft.Image = My.Resources.pbar1
        If pbblue.Width >= pbback.Width - increment Then
            pbblue.Width = pbback.Width
            pbright.Image = My.Resources.pbar3
            pbblue.Width += increment
        End If
        Return Nothing
    End Function
    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
    End Sub

    Private Sub Timer1_Tick(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Timer1.Tick
        'incrementing the progress bar change the '10' to any number
        'this is kind of saying if the progressbar is full execute some code.
        If pbblue.Width >= pbback.Width Then
            'this will execute the code before it shuts the timer off 
        End If
    End Sub

    Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
    End Sub
End Class

the code is explained well

preview of final

debug and enjoy

i got to know there are many problems in this tutorial so you can download the source code of this program below


can you tell me how about the pbblue? you didnt eplain well thanks


pbblue is a picturebox and it is the blue color progress that moves when you click start

Me.pbblue.BackgroundImage = Global.WindowsApplication2.My.Resources.Resources.pbar2
Me.pbblue.Location = New System.Drawing.Point(13, 11)
Me.pbblue.Name = "pbblue"
Me.pbblue.Size = New System.Drawing.Size(0, 31)
Me.pbblue.TabIndex = 2
Me.pbblue.TabStop = False



Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.