The result will look like this: First of all, we need to create the basic ASP. To be able to do that we need to add the view model for our view.
It will be a custom drop down list with both server side and client side logic.
This is nice because it prevents you from having to do any fancy data sorting tricks or manual code behind additions of List Items.The only downside to this is that if you clear the Drop Down List and rebind the control, (say to present a new set of options) you’ll lose the static items.It's the same magic Web Form programmers see with View State. Note: Above both j Query codes will work only with j Query 1.7 or higher version as I have used .on() method to bind the click event and was introduced in j Query 1.7.This website communicates about my work, learning and experience.
I believe life is short, and it is for loving, sharing, learning and connecting. Let's say you have a class to represent different flavors of ice cream.With Drop Down List For, you typically want a view model that will contain at least 2 properties: - one property to hold a collection of Select List Items to build the drop down - one property to hold the value selected by a user ..NET Core: The other important part is getting current drop down list value from the model.We may have an empty model (for example, when user just opens the page and there is no value selected in the drop down list).Typically when I’m working with Drop Down Lists on my web pages, I like to add a “Select…” option to the list to prompt the user for a value.