Display Modal and Modeless Windows

Create and display windows of content that appear modal or modeless. Modal dialogs prevent the user from navigating away from the popup. With modeless windows you may display multiple, overlapping windows. With C1Window, you can even provide a dark overlay that draws attention to the popup content.

Resize and Maximize the Blazor Window

The Blazor popup window can be resized by the end-user. Enable or disable this feature on the control. Or, you can set C1Window to display at full-screen.

Drag and Move the Blazor Window

The Blazor popup window can be dragged by the end-user. Enable or disable this feature on the control. Modal windows cannot be dragged.

Quickly Create Prompt and Confirmation Dialogs

The Blazor window component can be used to implement static methods for showing confirmation and prompt dialogs. You can obtain the user's result and customize the OK and Cancel button text.

Display Simple Floating Pop-ups

Use the Blazor window component as a simple pop-up that can display upon click or mouse hover. Attach the Blazor pop-up to any UI element as its owner and set the display position. Specify if the pop-up should be closed by clicking the owner, the pop-up, or by losing focus (blur).

A Simple Blazor Tooltip Component

Use the C1Tooltip component to provide simple tooltips for any Blazor UI. The blazor tooltip can contain any custom HTML and be positioned any location around its parent element.