Update on April 18, 2022
Go beyond HTML
select by learning how to implement modern dropdowns. This tutorial show you how to use the Angular DropDownList, Angular ComboBox, Angular AutoComplete and Angular MultiColumnComboBox components.
Dropdowns have been a fundamental HTML select element since 1993 and remain a key part of web application UI, but technology has come a long way.
While drop-down lists are a default item in HTML, they can become difficult when you need to customize them. These customizations range from upgraded style to fully data-bound Angular dropdowns with complex structures or features such as autocomplete.
That is where Angular UI libraries like Kendo UI for Angular come to the rescue. Implementations of drop-down lists, comboboxes, multicolumn drop downs and tree views become quite simple. Read the full documentation and see samples here or keep reading for a quick overview.
In the video below, our resident Angular UI ninja, Alyssa Nicoll, shows you how to use Kendo UI to implement various Angular dropdowns. Follow along in two ways:
Here’s the video in full:
And here are some helpful time stamps for those of you who like to skip to the good parts:
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Dan Beall joined the Kendo Team in 2020 and brought with him a background in product management, marketing, and UX. Dan has over 20 years’ experience in the developer tools community bringing new solutions to market and evolving established solutions to meet the challenges of an ever-changing technical landscape. In his free time, he enjoys brewing, hiking, boating, and disc golf.
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