import { Progress } from "reshaped";
import type { ProgressProps } from "reshaped";
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Progress is controlled by the value property, which will define the width of the bar. By default, it works within the 0-100 boundaries, which means that passing value={50} will make the bar cover half of the component width.

You can control these min and max boundaries in case you're working with value data sets that, for example, don't start at 0.


Progress comes in 2 sizes, medium (default) and small.

  • medium size is usually used for standalone progress or score bars.
  • small progress bar can be easily embedded into groups of elements, like in media players.


Progress supports primary (default), critical, positive, and white colors to be used in different contexts.

white progress bar stays white in both light and dark mode and is perfect for displaying progress on top of media content. For instance, you can use it for the video or audio player.


When using Progres to display the timeout value, you can pass custom duration to it. That will help you run the animation purely with CSS and without calculating and updating the value in your React code.


  • Progress should be labelled either by passing aria-labelledby attribute to it pointing to a text label or with aria-label attribute.
  • By default, Progress uses a scorebar role. If you're using Progress with a different context like score bars, you can manually change this role by passing a role attribute with the attributes property.