To ensure flexibility, the KendoReact ChipList component provides several selection modes. The default mode is ânoneâ, which means no chips can be selected, yet you can enable single and multiple selection to help users manage their items individually or in bulk.
As the KendoReact ChipList component deals with displaying and manipulating a collection of items, you can bind it to different data sources. This enables React developers to utilize existing datasets generated from a database or elsewhere in a React application in order to populate the React ChipList items.
The entire KendoReact ChipList component can be disabled through a single configuration option, letting developers control when an end-user can interact with the React ChipList items.
Since the KendoReact ChipList component is built on top of the existing React Chip component every Chip displayed can be fully customized to fit any design requirements. This includes aspects like color and style of the ChipList, whether or not to display a remove icon, and adding avatars or icons as a part of the React ChipList component content.
The KendoReact ChipList has built-in keyboard support to help navigate the application using just a keyboard.
One of the core aspects of KendoReact is compliance with accessibility standards. The KendoReact team understands how important accessibility is for the web and this drives the team to build accessibility into every component. The KendoReact ChipList supports Section 508, Keyboard Navigation, and WCAG 2.0 compliance with an AAA rating.