These can later be retrieved on the client, for example, and access a property such as the Empty Message.Additionally, we can extend text boxes located in other controls.
The second are text boxes located in another control- for example a text box nested in a repeater.
Additionally, within the Rad Input Manager, there are four types of settings which could be added: Each one of these setting groups allows for different behavior.
For example, let us assume that we have a repeater hosting a text box.
Further, if we want the text box(es) nested in the repeater to accept only e-mail addresses (a regular expression is used to determine this behavior), the setup would look something like: An enumeration which is used to determine how the input control behaves when it first gets input focus.
With a single control, you're replacing the need for separate Type Validators, Range Validators, Required Field Validators, and Custom Validators for input on your form. RADINPUTMANAGER Rad Input has been part of the Telerik Rad Controls for quite some time and- like the Rad Input Manager- it provides rich, validated text input.
In fact, the Rad Input Manager is really just simplifying and optimizing the creation of Rad Input controls on your page.Let us assume that we have two standard textboxes on the form, and we wanted one of them to exhibit behavior similar to a Rad Text Box, and the other one as a Rad Numeric Text Box.In this case, the declaration of the two textboxes, along with the Rad Input Manager, would look like this: Each of the Setting tags contains a Behavior ID, which is used to identity settings pertaining to a given text box.Contents such as Text Field, Text Area, Checkbox, etc.The Form component emits a number of component events.Broadly speaking, there are two groups of controls which are extended using the Rad Input Manager.