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The goal is to filter a recursive list. When the user searches for Bar, Foo -> Bar should be displayed. Likewise when the search term is Baz, Foo -> Bar -> Baz should be included in the results.
My idea is to go through the results and add the parent (if any) to the results. But this must be done in a recursive fashion. Is there a simpler solution using linq? What are your thoughts?
What I've tried:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-05 at 10:21
You can add function
Filter or use appropriate name inside
@code like below. And update
Explanation is in comment.
Is it possible to do it? I'm currently trying to get a popup to show when something is selected in MudBlazor. But when i try to call the function, with the selectedvalues it never hits it.
enter code here
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-04 at 15:55
Remove @bind-SelectedValues="SelectedInputModules" and use SelectedValuesChanged="OnSelectedValuesChanged":
I'm fairly new with Blazor and MudBlazor and I have an odd issue I can't figure out. Not sure this would make a difference but just in case, I'm using Visual Studio 2022 17.1.3. I have a MudTable that displays a list of objects. I want to do basic CRUD operations and I'm having issues with the delete. My logic is fairly straight forward, when clicking on the delete button it will pop up a MudDialog for confirming the deletion. If you click on Delete button in the dialog it calls my DeleteUser function passing in the ID so I can delete and then the Name which is used in the confirmation message. When I go through the process and debug all looks like it should. I get the ID and name, I can tell that the Delete button has been clicked, I can delete from the database, I can confirm the record count in my list is one value and then gets reduced by a record after I remove it from the list, but after that the Dialog will go away and the MudTable still displays the the original records instead of showing the new list with the deleted record gone. The kicker is that if I click on a delete button again, the dialog pops up (and you can still see the table in the background) and then the first deleted record goes away which should have already happened. It's like the two-way binding piece is not working. What's really throws me on this is that it was working initially. So, maybe I've done something to make it not work but I'm not see anything that looks wrong.
I'm looking for any suggestions. I've spent several hours trying to figure this one out and have not made any progress....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-04 at 14:14
I tried your code without the MudDialog and it works fine. When I used the dialog I had the same result, so I called the StateHasChanged method and everything worked fine.
I am working on a blazor app and I need to change the title and the favicon of the app, I could change the title successfully but the favicon it's not working, I am using mudblazor, while inspecting the page I can see that it's reading the html element and I am sure about the icon directory but still not working
Tried to modify the index.html in the wwwroot but did'nt work...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-31 at 09:48
I am binding to a select field in multiselect mode and I ran into a problem with the "For" property of the select field".
When using a select field an options type must be set and in this example it will be string. To make validation work the "For"-Property needs to be set and pointing to a valid property of the same type as the select fields option (and thats string). But I am expecting a multiselect, so I am binding to an IEnumerable in my model and the validation code is also set for this property. I don`t have the necessary property to bind to and even if I did, the validation would not work as expected.
How do I make this work? I tried building a custom expression which would point to the first element of the array, but I am bad with expressions and couldn`t make it work....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-29 at 21:51
Ok, so you can trick the component by introducing a dummy property and binding the multi-select component to it then testing its name during validation.
When the form component passes the dummy property name to the validation method, you change the passed dummy name to the name of your collection so it's matched when fluent validation kicks in.
Something like this:
I want to be able to set a property of a MudBlazor Date Picker component based on breakpoint. I can only think of having 2 versions and hiding one or the other but I am hoping there is a cleaner way.
And more generally is there an easy way to detect in the @code section what breakpoint the user is in?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-27 at 09:11
You can use
here is an example of changing the DateTime picker value by changing the breakpoint.
I have an ASP.NET Blazor server project using MudBlazor library to create an HTML table. My issue is with the numbering. In the example code below, the numbering of the rows is retrieved from the class property. However, in my class I don't have a
number property and it's not nice to have a number property in all classes that I intend to display in tables.
Since the table accepts a list of items, is there a way of getting the index of the item being rendered and use it instead of
@context.Number to display the row number in the MudBlazor table?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-18 at 11:00
Well, a bit crude but simplest solution would be to map current number-less object to a model that contains needed number.
I'm new to blazor and I came across MudBlazor components. These are great, so I decided to implement them in my project. What I'd like to do is wrap each MudBlazor component that I use in my own custom component so that if I ever change anything in the future it will be simple (as is already the case as I already decided to change from Radzen to MudBlazor). For the most part, this is fairly straight forward, with the one exception of the @bind-Value property. I can't seem to figure out how to get this to work. Here is my custom component wrapping the MudBlazor "MudTextField"....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-03 at 21:14
You need to pass through the triumverate of
ValueExpression on to the MudBlazor component.
I don't work with MudBlazor so can't test this properly, and I only know how to build this as a RenderFragment rather than in Razor, but something like this should work:
I'm building the documentation page of Xamarin app in Blazor and I've encountered a problem. I'd like to show code snippets on the page using razor page. So far, I don't have that big problem with C# code, for example of App.xaml.cs:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 00:10
You have to escape the quotes. I also added some
\r\n and a
\t to demonstrate formatting with
Looking to align
ChildContent left. This expansion panel is in a tight space and I'd like to remove the gutters on the title content but
DisableGutters only seems to apply to
Thanks in advance!...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-06 at 15:17
You have to use CSS to call out the
No vulnerabilities reported
Alternatively use one of our templates from the MudBlazor.Templates repo.
Add the following to _Imports.razor. Add the following to the MainLayout.razor or App.razor. Add the following to index.html (client-side) or _Host.cshtml (server-side) in the head. Add the following to index.html or _Host.cshtml in the body. Add the following to the relevant sections of Program.cs.
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