can see an example of how RadTokenInput can be used in a real application scenario.
A token input control, in general, is used to display a predefined list of values and allow the user to select multiple values from it. When a value
is selected, a visual element, called a token, is displayed in the input box. By default it contains only the text value of the selection. Usually, you can
also define a template to make it display additional content , for example, an image.
RadTokenInput implements the architecture described above. When its input box is focused, the control displays a list of values that can be selected
by the user and autocompletes their input with the matching values. When a value is selected, it is displayed as a token. The token can contain plain text
or a template.
RadTokenInput exposes many configuration options related to data binding, filtering,
selection, and appearance.
Furthermore, it allows you to provide item template and
tag template to customize its items and tags content.