The MultiSelect component provides various options for data binding, you can choose whichever fits your use case scenario:
Leverage the various modes of filtering, both on the server and client-side of your Core application. These filter modes can include “starts with” or “contains” and can customize how and when the results are displayed.
Provide a smoother and more efficient end-user experience with the ASP.NET Core MultiSelect floating label feature. Add a compact form label that floats above your input fields and save space while ensuring users don’t lose the form context.
The MultiSelect component is highly customizable, so it can be implemented in any project. You can customize its items, tags or enable a pop-up header to tailor it to your needs. For example, you can list different products, including both an image and product description, or you can use it to list all customers with photos and contact information as in this demo.
The MultiSelect component exposes a set of OnClick events, some of which include Open, Close, Change, Select and more.
Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core offers two options for declaring UI components – through HTML or Tag Helpers. You can choose which approach to use for the MultiSelect component based on preference, technology background or team development practice. Both HTML and Tag helpers allow you to lay out the components and their configuration with a simple and easy-to-read HTML-like syntax.
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