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Open a dialog on popup item click in Blazor Dropdown Menu component

This section explains about how to open a dialog on Dropdown Menu popup item click. This can be achieved by handling dialog open in ItemSelected event of the Dropdown Menu.

In the following example, Dialog will open while selecting Other Folder... item.

@using Syncfusion.Blazor.SplitButtons
@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Popups
@using Syncfusion.Blazor.Buttons

<SfDropDownButton Content="Settings" IconCss="e-icons e-setting-icon" CssClass="e-vertical" IconPosition="SplitButtonIconPosition.Top">
    <DropDownButtonEvents ItemSelected="select"></DropDownButtonEvents>
    <DropDownButtonItems>
        <DropDownButtonItem Text="Help"></DropDownButtonItem>
        <DropDownButtonItem Text="About"></DropDownButtonItem>
        <DropDownButtonItem Text="Update"></DropDownButtonItem>
    </DropDownButtonItems>
</SfDropDownButton>
<SfDialog Content="@Content" Header="@Header" Width="250px" Height="150px" Visible="false" @ref="DialogObj" >
    <DialogPositionData X="300" Y="200"></DialogPositionData>
    <DialogButtons>
        <DialogButton ButtonModel="@OkBtn" OnClick="click"></DialogButton>
        <DialogButton ButtonModel="@CancelBtn" OnClick="click"></DialogButton>
    </DialogButtons>
</SfDialog>

@code  {
    SfDialog DialogObj;
    public string Content = "Are you sure want to update?";
    public string Header = "Software Update";

    public ButtonModel OkBtn = new ButtonModel { Content = "Ok", IsPrimary = true, CssClass = "e-flat" };
    public ButtonModel CancelBtn = new ButtonModel { Content = "Cancel", IsPrimary = true, CssClass = "e-flat" };

    private void click(object args)
    {
        DialogObj.Hide();
    }

    private void select(MenuEventArgs args)
    {
        if (args.Item.Text == "Update")
        {
            DialogObj.Show();
        }
    }
}

<style>
    .e-setting-icon::before {
        content: '\e679';
    }
</style>

Output be like

Button Sample