An overlay that can be used to indicate activity while blocking user interaction. The loading indicator appears on top of the app's content, and can be dismissed by the app to resume user interaction with the app. It includes an optional backdrop, which can be disabled by setting showBackdrop: false upon creation.
Once presented, the loading indicator will display indefinitely by default. Developers can manually dismiss the loading indicator after creation by calling the dismiss() method on the component. The onDidDismiss function can be called to perform an action after the loading indicator is dismissed.
Alternatively, developers can configure the loading indicator to dismiss automatically after a specific amount of time by passing the number of milliseconds to display it in the duration of the loading options.
Loading uses scoped encapsulation, which means it will automatically scope its CSS by appending each of the styles with an additional class at runtime. Overriding scoped selectors in CSS requires a higher specificity selector.
We recommend passing a custom class and using that to add custom styles to the host and inner elements.
ion-loading is presented at the root of your application, so we recommend placing any ion-loading styles in a global stylesheet.
Ionic automatically sets Loading's role to dialog.
If the message property is defined for Loading, then the aria-labelledby attribute will be automatically set to the message element's ID. Otherwise, aria-labelledby will not be set, and developers must provide an aria-label using the htmlAttributes property.
All ARIA attributes can be manually overwritten by defining custom values in the htmlAttributes property of Loading.