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The SplitButton exposes a Click() event that you can handle.

For a complete example on basic SplitButton events, refer to the demo on using the events of the SplitButton.

         .Text("Sample Split Button")
         .Events(ev => ev.Click("onClick"))
         .Items(items =>
              items.Add().Id("item1").Text("Action 1");
              items.Add().Id("item2").Text("Action 2");
<kendo-splitbutton name="sampleSplitButton" text="Sample Split Button" on-click="onClick">
        <item id="item1" text="Action 1"></item>
        <item id="item2" text="Action 2"></item>
        function onClick() {
            alert('SplitButton clicked!')

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