Various render modes are available to visualize selected items.
Selected items are displayed as a chip (box) type in the MultiSelect input box.
The selected items are displayed with a delimiter character in the MultiSelect input box.
By default, the selected items are displayed as chip type when the control is in focus. Otherwise, they’re displayed with a delimiter character.
The filter search can be customized with case sensitivity, and the number of characters needed to make the filter search can be set.
Use templates 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.
Design your own header for a pop-up list using a header template.
Define the custom appearance of each list item using an item template.
Design your own custom footer for a pop-up list using footer template.
Define the custom appearance of selected values using a value template.
Configure the custom look of a pop-up list when no items are available to display in the filter search functionality.
Each list item of a pop-up list can be configured with a custom icon or image to improve readability and visualization.
You can limit the number of items that can be selected in a drop-down.
You can customize the selected chip (value) element appearance on value selection action.
Tag the new values that are not present in the predefined list.
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.
The width and height of a pop-up option list are customizable.
You can display items in the ascending or descending order in a popup list.
A responsive mode gives an adaptive, redesigned UI appearance for mobile devices and recognizes touch gestures.
Developers can customize all UI elements and control their behaviors using the control’s rich set of client-side APIs.
Fully supports WAI-ARIA accessibility that makes list view accessible to on-screen readers and assistive devices.
Follows WAI-ARIA best practices best practices for implementing keyboard interaction.
Follows WCAG 2.0standard in design for the UI element visuals such as foreground color, background color, line spacing, text, and images.
Supports right-to-left (RTL) direction for users working in right-to-left languages like Hebrew, Arabic, or Persian.