It has much better options for deterministic and indeterminate progress indicators. There are several factors that many people are unaware of in that if the operation completes in under .75 seconds, you do not want to display the progress indicator, but if it takes longer, you must show it for a minimum period of time of 1.25 seconds.
If you do not do this, it will flash on the screen for a short time and look odd to the user.
osx,bash,docker,boot2docker Replace your boot2docker start with boot2docker start && $(boot2docker shellinit) and you are good to go.
$(boot2docker shellinit) will export all the Environment variables needed.
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If you’re using Swift, I made a custom replacement for NSProgress that is specifically designed to cut down on CPU time used to update the progress.
osx,asp.net-5,kestrel The behavior of void returning action was recently changed to not convert to 204 status code.
However, for you scenario you could use the Created At Route helper method(this actually creates a Created At Route Result) which sets the Location header.
Note that because of the nature of the interaction between Python and C extensions, neither command is guaranteed to work,...
Both have the same goal (letting the user see progress while the window is minimized) but the best way to achieve that goal varies by platform. I don't think it's appropriate to automatically send a new window to the Dock.
Windows should only minimize to the Dock if the user specifically takes action to do so.
Also, some users don't have the Dock visible at all times, and might not realize the download was underway without the window (or some sort of Download Manager window, which has also been proposed elsewhere) visible.
Perhaps you misunderstood the request - I'm not proposing that download windows should be automatically minimized. One could make an NSView of width 128 (max width of dock icon) containing an NSProgress Indicator.