This section describes events fired by this widget.
Fires after a drop-down list has been hidden.
Instead, you can use the onClosed option to handle the event.
Fires when widget content is ready.
If data displayed by the widget is specified using a DataSource instance, the contentReady event fires each time the load() method of the DataSource instance is called as well as when the widget content is ready. In this case, when you create the widget, the contentReady event is raised twice: when the widget's content is ready (at this moment, the widget does not display items) and when the DataSource is loaded (the widget displays the loaded items).
Fires when the widget is being removed.
Fires when the widget is initialized.
Fires when a widget item is clicked.
Instead, you can use the onItemClick option to handle the event.
Fires when the drop-down editor is shown.
Instead, you can use the onOpened option to handle the event.
Fires after an option of the component is changed.
Fires before loading the next page in the lookup list if autopaging is enabled.
Fires before the lookup list is refreshed as a result of the "pull down to refresh" gesture.
Instead, you can use the onPullRefresh option to handle the event.
Fires on each scroll gesture.
Fires when the selection changes.
Instead, you can use the onSelectionChanged option to handle the event.
Fires after the widget title is rendered.
Fires when the editor value changes.
Instead, you can use the onValueChanged option to handle the event.
Use the selectedItem field of the argument object passed to the selectionChanged event handler to access the selected item.