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Getting Started

This section briefly explains about how to include a simple MultiSelect in your Blazor client-side application. You can refer to the Getting Started with Syncfusion Blazor for Client-side in Visual Studio 2019 Preview page for introduction part of the system requirements and configure the common specifications.

Importing Syncfusion Blazor component in the application

  1. Install the Syncfusion.EJ2.Blazor NuGet package to the application by using the NuGet Package Manager. Ensure to check the Include prerelease option.

  2. You can add the client-side resources through CDN or local npm package to the <head> element of the ~/wwwroot/index.html page.

<head>
    <link href="https://cdn.syncfusion.com/ej2/17.3.29/material.css" rel="stylesheet" />
    <script src="https://cdn.syncfusion.com/ej2/17.3.29/dist/ej2.min.js"></script>
</head>

If you are using server-side application, add required resources to the ~/Pages/_Host.html page.

Adding component package to the application

Import the Syncfusion.EJ2.Blazor.DropDowns packages in ~/_Imports.razor file.

@using Syncfusion.EJ2.Blazor

@using Syncfusion.EJ2.Blazor.DropDowns

Adding MultiSelect component to the application

Now, add the Syncfusion Blazor MultiSelect component to any razor page in the Pages folder.. For example, the MultiSelect component is added in the ~/Pages/Index.razor page.

<EjsMultiSelect TValue="string[]" Placeholder='First Name'></EjsMultiSelect>

Output be like below

MultiSelect

Binding data source

After initialization, populate the MultiSelect with data using the DataSource property. Here, an array of string values is passed to the MultiSelect component.

The following example illustrates the output in your browser.

<EjsMultiSelect TValue="string[]" Placeholder="Favorite Sports" DataSource="@LocalData">
<MultiSelectFieldSettings Text="Text" Value="ID"></MultiSelectFieldSettings>
</EjsMultiSelect>

@code {

    public class Games
    {
        public string ID { get; set; }
        public string Text { get; set; }
    }
    List<Games> LocalData = new List<Games> {
    new Games() { ID= "Game1", Text= "American Football" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game2", Text= "Badminton" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game3", Text= "Basketball" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game4", Text= "Cricket" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game5", Text= "Football" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game6", Text= "Golf" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game7", Text= "Hockey" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game8", Text= "Rugby"},
    new Games() { ID= "Game9", Text= "Snooker" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game10", Text= "Tennis"},
    };
}

The output will be as follows.

DataBinding

Configure the popup list

By default, the width of the popup list automatically adjusts according to the MultiSelect input element’s width, and the height auto adjust’s according to the height of the popup list items.

The height and width of the popup list can also be customized using the PopupHeight and PopupWidth properties respectively.

In the following sample, popup list’s width and height are configured.

<EjsMultiSelect TValue="string[]" Placeholder="Favorite Sports" PopupHeight="350px" PopupWidth="350px" DataSource="@LocalData">
<MultiSelectFieldSettings Text="Text" Value="ID"></MultiSelectFieldSettings>
</EjsMultiSelect>

@code {

    public class Games
    {
        public string ID { get; set; }
        public string Text { get; set; }
    }
    List<Games> LocalData = new List<Games> {
    new Games() { ID= "Game1", Text= "American Football" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game2", Text= "Badminton" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game3", Text= "Basketball" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game4", Text= "Cricket" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game5", Text= "Football" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game6", Text= "Golf" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game7", Text= "Hockey" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game8", Text= "Rugby"},
    new Games() { ID= "Game9", Text= "Snooker" },
    new Games() { ID= "Game10", Text= "Tennis"},
    };
}

The output will be as follows.

DataBinding

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