Hiding/Removing UDProgress when finished?

Is there a dedicated function like with Hide-UDModal or something or something I can do with Set-UDElement? I can’t find anything in the documentation apart from the New-UDProgress cmdlet.

I want to show a UDProgress while I’m waiting for the result of a REST submission then remove it when the response is received.

Tried Remove-UDElement, but that didn’t seem to do it.

(v3)

Oh, I guess I can put it in a UDModal and then just hide that. Not ideal, but it’ll work.

Edit: Err, well this doesn’t work like I thought it would.

New-UDButton -Text "Click Me" -OnClick {
    Show-UDModal -Content {
        New-UDProgress -circular -color Blue
        Sleep 5
        Hide-UDModal
    }
}

I expected this to show a UDModal with a Progress spinner then hide it after 5 seonds. It actually waited for 5 seconds and then showed the UDModal?

What haven’t I understood? :upside_down_face:

Got it. This works:

    $cache:showprogress = $true

    New-UDDynamic -id 'sync-progress' -Content{
        If($cache:showprogress){
            New-UDProgress -id 'progress' -circular
        }
    }

    New-UDButton -Text "Finish Him" -onclick {
        $cache:showprogress = $false
        Sync-UDElement -id 'sync-progress'
    }

Figured it might help some others :slight_smile:

Oh and while I was fiddling working this out, I got to this first - same idea, but updating the percentcomplete and then making it disappear when you hit 100.

    $cache:progress = 5

    New-UDDynamic -id 'sync-progress' -Content{
        If($cache:progress -lt 100){
            New-UDProgress -id 'progress' -percentcomplete $cache:progress
        }
    }

    New-UDButton -Text "Half Way" -onclick {
        $cache:progress = 50
        Sync-UDElement -id 'sync-progress'
    }

    New-UDButton -Text "Finish Him" -onclick {
        $cache:progress = 100
        Sync-UDElement -id 'sync-progress'
    }
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