Disabled Button

The business logic of an application often requires a certain button to be temporarily disabled or enabled.

You can initially configure the Button as disabled either through its enable property or by initializing it from an element which has a disabled="disabled" HTML attribute. The Button can also be disabled or enabled at any time with JavaScript by using its enable() method with a Boolean argument. For more information on the enable property and the enable method, refer to the Button API.

The following example demonstrates how to enable and disable the Button.

    <button type="button" id="editButton">Edit</button>

    <script>
    $(function(){
        var editButton = $("#editButton").kendoButton({
            enable: false
        }).data("kendoButton");

        // ...

        // Enable the button.
        editButton.enable(true);
    });
    </script>

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