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SplitButtonProps

NameTypeDefaultDescription

accessKey?

string

Specifies the accessKey of the main button.

buttonClass?

string

Sets the className of the main button.

children?

React.ReactNode

Determines the children nodes.

className?

string

Sets the className of the SplitButton component.

dir?

string

Sets the direction of the component.

disabled?

boolean

Determines whether the component is disabled (see example).

fillMode?

"null" | "link" | "flat" | "outline" | "solid"

solid

Configures the fillMode of the SplitButton.

The available options are:

  • solid
  • outline
  • flat
  • link
  • nullDoes not set a fillMode className.

icon?

string

Defines an icon that will be rendered next to the main button text (see example).

iconClass?

string

Defines an icon with a custom CSS class that will be rendered next to the main button text (see example).

id?

string

Sets the id property of the top div element of the component.

imageUrl?

string

Defines the location of an image that will be displayed next to the main button text (see example).

item?

"null" | ComponentType<{ item: any; itemIndex: number; }>

A React functional or class component which is used for rendering items (see example). The default rendering includes an icon, an image, and text.

itemRender?

ComponentType<{ item: any; itemIndex: number; }> | (li: ReactElement<HTMLLIElement>, props: ButtonItemProps) => ReactNode

Fires when a dropdown list button item is about to be rendered. Use it to override the default appearance of the list items. if item prop is not declared, itemRender behaves like item, for backward compatibility with versions before 4.2.0

items?

any[]

Specifies the list items (see example).

opened?

boolean

Opens the popup of the SplitButton if set to true.

popupSettings?

ButtonsPopupSettings

Configures the popup (see example).

rounded?

"null" | "small" | "medium" | "full" | "large"

medium

Configures the roundness of the SplitButton.

The available options are:

  • small
  • medium
  • large
  • full
  • nullDoes not set a rounded className.

size?

"null" | "small" | "medium" | "large"

medium

Configures the size of the SplitButton.

The available options are:

  • small
  • medium
  • large
  • nullDoes not set a size className.

style?

React.CSSProperties

Sets additional CSS styles to the component.

tabIndex?

number

Specifies the tabIndex of the main button.

text?

string

Specifies the text of the main button (see example).

textField?

string

Configures the field that will be used for the text of the items. textField has to be used together with the items prop (see example).

themeColor?

"null" | "inverse" | "base" | "success" | "dark" | "light" | "primary" | "secondary" | "tertiary" | "info" | "warning"

base

Configures the themeColor of the SplitButton.

The available options are:

  • base
  • primary
  • secondary
  • tertiary
  • info
  • success
  • warning
  • dark
  • light
  • inverse
  • nullDoes not set a themeColor className.

Methods

onBlur

Fires when the component is blurred (see example).

Parameters

event

SplitButtonBlurEvent

onButtonClick

Fires when the main button is clicked (see example).

Parameters

event

SplitButtonClickEvent

onClose

Fires when the popup which contains the items is closed (see example).

Parameters

event

SplitButtonCloseEvent

onFocus

Fires when the component is focused (see example).

Parameters

event

SplitButtonFocusEvent

onItemClick

Fires when an item is clicked (see example).

Parameters

event

SplitButtonItemClickEvent

onOpen

Fires when the popup which contains the items is opened (see example).

Parameters

event

SplitButtonOpenEvent