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TreeView - Hierarchical Data

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Telerik UI for Blazor TreeView displays data in a tree-like structure. It allows you to navigate through the items and their children. One of the main ways to provide data to TreeView is using hierarchical data.

The component rendering stays the same regardless of the data type. Yet, its configuration will be different when using hierarchical or flat data. The current demo targets data binding to hierarchical data.

The hierarchical data means that the collection of child items is provided in a field of its parent's model, unlike when using flat data. That is the Items field by default. If a given node has items, an expand icon will be visible. The HasChildren field can override this, yet - it is not required for hierarchical data binding.

The above approach of providing nodes lets you gather separate collections of data and/or use different models at each level. The data binding settings are per level, so a certain level will always use the same bindings, regardless of the model they represent and their parent.

You can also take a look at the Treeview data binding basics.

The demo above demonstrates a Telerik Blazor TreeView component that uses hierarchical data. The parent-child relationship is created through the ProductItem and ProductCategoryItem models.

This Blazor TreeView Hierarchical Data example is part of a unique collection of hundreds of Blazor demos, with which you can see all Telerik UI for Blazor components and their features in action. View the source code of the demos from the library or directly adapt, and edit them and their theme appearance in Telerik REPL for Blazor or ThemeBuilder.

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