Adding a selectable column to the TreeList will automatically add a checkbox to each of its rows. Users can then select the rows they are interested and you can process their selection however needed. You also gain control over how the checkboxes operate – whether selecting a row only selects that row or the row and all of its descendants.
Users can reorder items in the TreeList by dragging-and-dropping them to the correct position. This feature is complimentary to the ability to drag and drop items to nest them into one another.
Telerik ASP.NET Core TreeList helps you display self-referencing data in a user-friendly manner by combining the features of a Grid and a TreeView.
Using just a few property settings you can enable users to sort and filter data through a slick and intuitive interface.
Provide the ability for users to insert new, edit existing or delete data from your data source. You can enable editing inline or via a popup form.
Telerik TreeList extension for ASP.NET Core enables you to display aggregates in the column footer cells, such as sum, count, average, etc.
Export the full content of the list-view control into PDF and Excel. Customize the exported file to include exactly the content that is needed.
Use the DataSource component to bind the TreeList control to static arrays, dynamic objects, local or remote data, or even SignalR hubs. The built-in Ajax binding is especially useful in ASP.NET Core scenarios.
Why do you need to build a mobile version of your app when the same application can work equally well on mobile and desktop devices? You can rest assured that your ASP.NET Core TreeList will work across all screens and will handle touch events as if triggered by a keyboard or a mouse.
The Telerik TreeList is perfect for scenarios where accessibility is important for your application. The control complies with Section 508 and WCAG guidelines, ensuring that individuals with disabilities can still view and interact with it.
Using the ASP.NET Core TreeList, you can be certain that your app will look and behave as expected across all browsers.