The ASP.NET MVC MultiSelect Dropdown is a quick replacement for the HTML select tag for selecting multiple values. HTML MultiSelect Dropdown is text box control that allows the user to type or select multiple values from a list of predefined options. This has several out-of-box features such as data binding, filtering, grouping, check box mode, and tagging with custom values.
Features and Benefits
Different visual modes
The ASP.NET MVC MultiSelect Dropdown offers variety of visual modes such as box(chip), delimiter and hybrid mode. It allows you to easily configure visual modes based on application needs.
Data binds seamlessly with various local and remote data sources such as: JSON, RESTful services, OData services, and WCF services.
The ASP.NET MVC MultiSelect Dropdown has built-in filtering support with a rich set of filtering configurations available. It allows you to easily change the filter options and use own filter libraries to filter data like Fuzzy search.
MultiSelect dropdown popup list items can be sorted either in the ascending or descending order.
MultiSelect Dropdown check box
The ASP.NET MVC MultiSelect Dropdown control has check box support. Enabling a check box on each item helps the user handle multiple selected values.
Templates can be to change the appearance of the selection pop-up list items, the header and footer of the selection pop-up list, and the Multiselect Dropdown input box selected values.
Grouping with category
Group the popup list items with the corresponding category which masks easy to pick the item quickly from the dropdown, also increase the visual experience of the user.
Responsive and touch-friendly
The ASP.NET MVC MultiSelect Dropdown recognizes touch gestures, redesigned UI appearance for mobile devices and recognizes touch gestures.
Web framework integration
The MultiSelect Dropdown integrates easily with any web framework:
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