The WPF Text Input Layout is a container control that lets you add leading and trailing icons, and assistive labels such as floating labels, hints, errors, and help text on top of input controls such as
AutoComplete and more.
Choose any of the containers (filled, outlined, and none) that best match your app’s style.
Indicate the focused, unfocused, error, and disabled states of the control.
Assistive labels provide more information about the input text.
Avoid additional labels by adding hint text, providing more space to the input view. The hint text moves from the middle to the top to show a floating label when the control becomes active.
Helper text provides additional information about the text to be entered.
Displaying error text can assist in solving validation errors.
The maximum characters to be entered in the text field can be displayed.
Add a leading icon to indicate the input type, such as birth date, phone number, or password. Use a trailing icon to add a clear button, error icon, voice input icon, or drop-down icon.
Apply appealing colors to all the elements of the WPF Text Input Layout control to match your app theme.
Render the control in the right-to-left direction for languages that require it.
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