ASP.NET MVC Input Controls
The AutoComplete control shows suggested text for a field in a drop-down list by retrieving data from the server. Highlight parts of the content that match the search terms using specific CSS classes.
With the InputColor control, users can select colors by typing in HTML-supported color strings or pick them from a drop-down ColorPicker control. Using this control, you can allow users to select colors and to intuitively display the changes into CSS for a control or design mode.
The ComboBox control allows you to easily format and group items through a template and displays custom content in the control's drop-down list. It also supports automatic text completion.
MVC Date and Time Input
With the InputDate control, you can edit and select dates via a drop-down calendar, preventing you from entering an incorrect value. Use the InputTime control to modify the time portion of a date by entering data or by picking from a list. The controls support data binding, range restriction, and interval selection.
MVC Masked Input
The InputMask control prevents invalid data by validating and formatting user input as it is entered. Edit strings, using a mask, prevents invalid Input and skips over literals.
MVC Numeric Input
With the InputNumber control, you can edit numbers, and be prevented from entering invalid data. You can also format the numeric value, as it is being edited. Edit numeric values or use spinner buttons to increment or decrement the current value.
Add a drop-down list with multiple selections to your application with the MultiSelect control. The MultiAutoComplete control allows the user to pick multiple items from a list with autocomplete support. Once you enter text in the control field, MultiAutoComplete starts searching for items that match the entered string and displays a list of possible results.
The PopUp control shows arbitrary elements as popups, popovers, or dialogs. Popovers have owner elements to control their visibility and are placed relative to their owner elements on the screen. Dialogs have no owner elements and appear toward the center of the screen.