Leverage the various modes of filtering, both on the server and client-side of your MVC application. These filter modes can include starts with or contains, and can customize how and when the results are displayed.
Customize the look-and-feel for the MVC MultiSelect items and tags using templates. Enable a pop-up header to satisfy any customer requirement in no time.
Leverage the UI for ASP.NET MVC MultiSelect floating label feature to deliver smoother and more efficient form UX. Add a label that floats above the input to save form space while ensuring users don’t lose context of the input field.
Enable a mobile-friendly rendering of the MultiSelect suggestion list by simply setting the AdaptiveMode parameter to AdaptiveMode.Auto. This will allow automatic adaptation of the picker component to the current size of the screen. The rendering will be changed accordingly as well.
The MultiSelect component supports virtualization which comes in handy when dealing with large data sets. It initially loads a fixed set of items and renders the rest only when needed. This contributes to faster loading and better user experience.
The ASP.NET MVC MultiSelect component has multiple built-in themes and swatches. Explore the Default (our own styling), Material (based on the Material Design guidelines), Bootstrap (which looks like the Bootstrap styling to integrate better) and Fluent (based on Microsoft Fluent UI) themes and choose the swatch that best meets your design requirements. You can easily customize any theme with a few lines of CSS or create a new one to match your colors and branding with the Progress SASS ThemeBuilder application.