A dropdown can be used to select between choices in a form.
A selection dropdown can allow a user to search through a large list of choices.
A selection dropdown can allow multiple selections.
A selection dropdown can allow multiple search selections.
A dropdown can be searchable.
A dropdown can be formatted to appear inline in other content.
A dropdown can be formatted so that its menu is pointing.
A dropdown menu can appear to be floating below an element.
A dropdown menu can contain a header.
A dropdown menu can contain dividers to separate related content.
A dropdown menu can contain an icon.
A dropdown menu can contain a description.
A dropdown menu can contain a label.
A dropdown menu can contain a message.
A dropdown menu can contain floated content.
A dropdown menu can contain an input.
A dropdown menu can contain an image.
A dropdown can show that it is currently loading data.
An errored dropdown can alert a user to a problem.
An active dropdown has its menu open.
A disabled dropdown menu does not allow user interaction.
A disabled dropdown item does not allow user interaction.
A dropdown can have its menu scroll.
A compact dropdown has no minimum width.
A dropdown can take the full width of its parent.
A dropdown that opens when it is focussed on.
A dropdown that closes when it blurs
A multiple selection dropdown can close when the user changes its value.
A dropdown can behave like an controlled input.
A dropdown can behave like an uncontrolled input.
You can change the no results message.
You can remove the no results message.
A dropdown's options can be controlled from outside based on search change.
Using allowAdditions gives users the ability to add their own options.
allowAdditions can be used with multiple.
You can provide a custom additionLabel as a string.
Or provide additionLabel as a component.
A dropdown can render a node in place of the text.
A "multiple" dropdown can render customized label for selected items.
A dropdown item can be rendered differently inside the menu.
A dropdown implements a search input shorthand.
A dropdown allows to pass you the search query.
A dropdown allows the search to ignore diacritics.
A dropdown allows you to provide your own search function.
A dropdown can open its menu upward.
A dropdown can enable or disable wrapping the selection to the start when it reaches the end and vice versa